Last updated on January 21st, 2019 at 08:53 am

Job applicant nervously sitting in an interview, with his fingers crossed together. We can see his white shirt and blue tie* Job fields below are ordered alphabetically. Click a field to enter a list of particular job titles. If you struggle finding questions for your interview, try the non-categorized section, or use search in the footer of the page.

Interview questions for teachers differ to interview questions for call center operators. Applicant for a managerial job will not deal with the same questions as a nursing job applicant will in their interview.

Preparing for your meeting with an employer, you should try to prepare specifically for your interview, and not for a general one.

Job fields

  • College and University interviews – If you are a student, and try to get to a medical school, or to a nursing school, or perhaps you try to get a scholarship, this section is intended to help you on your journey.
  • Customer service & office jobs & retail – From receptionist and administrative assistants, to stock workers and baristas.
  • Finance & Banking positions – Ranging from tellers to executive and consultancy positions.
  • Healthcare jobs – Interview questions for doctors, nurses, pharmacists and many other positions in healthcare.
  • IT & Technology interviews – Various IT jobs, interview questions for programming languages and technology jobs.
  • Management jobs interviews – Low level, mid level, and top-level management interview questions.
  • Sales & Marketing jobs – Learn how to get a job of a sales representative, or a job in a marketing department of the company. Graphic design is also included in the field.
  • Teaching and education interviews – From teacher assistant to school principal, we hope to help you ace your job interview in education.
  • Non categorized jobs – Each job can be categorized, but we did not want to create an immense number of sections on InterviewPenguin.com, and therefor we included some jobs, such as flight attendant, fire fighter, bus driver, HR generalist, law firm employee, etc. in the non-categorized section. Check it out if you can not find the job of your choice in one of the other sections.
  • Interviews in famous companies – Some companies receive more than a million job applications each year. Due to immense popularity of the giants like Google, Walmart, Amazon, Talent Plus, etc, we prepared list of common interview questions they use while interviewing job candidates (screening and behavioral questions they use, the technical questions will be specific to the particular role you try to get with them).

Matthew Chulaw

Matthew has been working in international recruitment since 2008. He helps job seekers from all walks of life to pursue their career goals, and to prepare for their interviews. He is the founder of InterviewPenguin.com website.
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