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Decision Making

Get the job you interview for -- without ‘interview jitters’, embarrassment, or being stumped by trick interview questions.  Matt & Nan DeLuca and the job-interview.net experts will prepare you for your interview with the Complete Interview Guide.

  • Answers to more than 50 of the Toughest Interview Situations to more than 50 of the Toughest Interview Situations - follow-up calls & letters, illegal questions
  • Control your nerves and give natural, unrehearsed answers
  • Questions to ask the interviewers
  • Review hundreds of skills and abilities questions and answer tips
  • Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions



  1. What type of decisions do you make in your current position?
  2. What decisions are easiest for you to make and which ones are the most difficult? Why?
    In addressing the decisions that are the most difficult for you, don't cite decisions that are essential to the job that you are interviewing for.  For the decisions that you do cite, expand your answer by telling what steps that you're taking to improve your decision making. 
  3. What steps are involved in making a decision?
  4. What items of information do you typically need before you make a decision?
    Remember, there are no perfect decisions.
  5. Give us an example of your ability to make decisions under pressure.
  6. Tell us about the worst decision that you've made on the job.
  7. Tell us about the best decision that you've made on the job.
  8. How would you rate a job that requires you to constantly make decisions?

For more interview questions and answer tips, order the Complete Interview Guide.


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