Majority of Kenyans grew up under the doctrine that great education leads to great employment and ultimately guarantees a great life.
Job Interview Questions
If you are reading this, you probably have passed the initial painstaking process of sending out your CV to potential employers and have finally received feedback for an interview.
This might be a very obvious question. Duh! I want to work with you because I have nowhere else to go and besides, out of my 100+ online job applications, you are the only ones that responded.
Everything on earth seems to be on a competition of some sort hence the phrase, “survival of the fittest”. Different species of life ranging from plants, to animals and humans, everyone is trying their best to out-do each other.
When i was 3, i remember my teacher once asked the class what we wanted to be when we grew up. A variety of responses flew across the classroom ranging from pilots, doctors, engineers and all those “enviable” titles probably… Read More ›
Achievements can be termed as life’s milestones that encourage us to keep on challenging our potentials to the maximum limits. Without a vision to better ourselves, life would ultimately be meaningless and boring.
Weakness is an attribute that no human wishes to be associated with and surprisingly enough, we tend to lean favorably towards the animal kingdom when it comes to certain “highly valuable” and emulatable traits perceived to be best portrayed through… Read More ›
This is probably every candidate’s dream question. The idea of earning a ridiculous six-figure salary without any relevant qualifications is entirely left at the tip of your tongue’s disposal.
There is no better phrase that encourages humans to grasp at any available opportunities like the phrase ‘Opportunity knocks but once’ which loosely implies that one risks losing them forever if one does not act quickly and seize them immediately.