Interviews can be quite tricky and one must be very careful how he/she answers the questions asked by the interviewer. The way you answer the questions will determine whether will be found fit for the job or not. Many interviewees hate being told to tell the interviewer about themselves. This is because they do not know how to respond to the question. Therefore, when you meet such a question, here are things that you should include in your response.
1. Brief summary of your personal information
When asked to talk about yourself, simply remain calm and start by giving your official name and where you are from.
2. Education background
When giving your education background, provide your educational or professional qualifications. Be sure to include any relevant miscellaneous information about your educational qualifications that you may have left out in your application letter or you might have put collectively.
3. Brief summary of career history
Give a brief summary of your professional experience from your previous jobs. Ensure that the professional experiences that you are giving out are relevant to the position that you want. You can also give an example of one of your career accomplishments. Irrelevant work experiences will be a mere waste of time for the interviewers and you may end up failing the interview and losing that opportunity that you were eyeing for.
4. Brief summary of what you aspire next for your career
It is good to give a brief summary of what you want next in your career that is relevant to the position you are seeking for. This will show that you’re a serious and ambitious person.