Dec 20, 2016 08:11 PM EST

Job Hacks: Best Answers For The Most Important Job Interview Question

Job interviews are probably the hardest part of getting a job. It's a make or breaks moment for most job seekers simply because the questions asked during the interview catch people off guard. Well, there are a few job hacks for that and here are the best answers for the most important job interview question, "Why should we hire you?"

According to Linked In, this questions is one of the most common and important questions asked during job interviews. You've probably rehearsed your answer for it a million times but when you're in the hot seat, your mind suddenly drifts away.

This question needs a tailored answer and one job hack would be researching about the company a lot. For example, if you're applying for a law firm that focuses on helping less fortunate people as its core values, you could say, "I have experience as a volunteer lawyer/consultant for abused women and children."But don't just make it up because it needs to be on your resume.

It's also a good job hack if you've done some volunteer work in the past. Employers are usually impressed by the fact that people would work for free. It means that you are a hardworking person.

You could do some advanced preparation and do a list of the volunteer work you did in the past. According to Job Hunt, it's very important to document your achievements and accomplishments.

Another job hack in answering this question is by setting yourself apart from other candidates. You can do this by telling the interviewer some stories or experiences about your previous job. There are actually some stories that you could tell during job interviews.

You could tell stories about how you solved problems in your previous work and that you could offer the same thing for the company you''re applying for. It would catch the interviewer's attention and he or she would be convinced that you're worth hiring.

These are only a few job hacks on how to answer the "why should I hire you question?"For more tips and hacks on jobs, stay tuned.

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