I Deserve It
- As far as this responsibilty is concerned, I know very well how to handle it. I have ability to reach my potential as well as help others reach theirs.
- —Guest pradeep agrwal
- Well I won't sleep with the staff and cause internal problems at the workplace, I won't steal $$ from you because I'm sure you would pay me well enough and finally I figured you should hire me to meet my parole requirements.
- —Guest Peter
- When I was interviewed and asked, "why should we hire you?" I immediately answered.. "Why shouldn't you?" The interviewer smiled and said "I love the confidence". I was hired the same day.
- —Guest Romnick
- You should hire me because I have a lot of experience and expertise to do my job.
- —Guest casido eduard
Look Ahead and See
- You should hire me because I can be a productive and very competititve employee. I want to develop my skills and ability.
- —Guest Marj Moralina Barnedo
Hire Me Because...
- The best answer to "why you should hire you?" The best answer is "You should hire me because I have the ability to develop my skills, based on my experience. I can handle myself and my responsibilities and I would be the thrilled to be a member of the company". Good luck.
- —Guest aliah
- I need this job and you need me!!!! So... When will you hire me???!!
- —Guest Why should I give you a name???
Take Both Sides of the Issue
- I am highly qualified for the job due to my educational field and experience. I can see your concerns however, but I can assure you that you have little to worry about.
- —Guest langleaf
- It is hard question. You can reverse the question and say why don’t you hire me? I am qualified and have the ability to handle the job in a timely and skillful manner. Also, I am good team player and have good communication skills and good personal skills.
- —Guest Mohammed
Know What You are Applying For
- You should hire me because I have a background in ---, experience with ---, and expertise in ---, as evidenced in my resume. (In other words, you should know what they are looking for and market yourself as exactly that).
- —Guest Guestzmzm
Competitive to be the Best
- You should hire me because there are a lot of things to be proven about this job, and for that i can be a productive and a very competitive employee and I welcome the opportunity to develop my skills and ability.
- —Guest mharz
- My resume speaks for itself. I am certified in my area. I have excellent recommendations from previous clients and most of my clients are considered Giants in their field. I am bringing with me the best practices from my last clients along with their satisfaction with my work. I have the ability to adapt. Each time I changed clients or changed project with the same clients - there is a tremendous amount of research/ learning involved to bring myself up to speed. I am used to getting out of my comfort zone whenever needed. I belong to the family of teacher and take great joy in sharing knowledge. Above all, I take great pride in what I deliver. The work I performed, the solutions I propose, the training I delivered all creates my legacy. I strongly believe that contributions of smart and hardworking employees makes the company great.
- —Guest A. Mirza
Over and Above
- Why not? I am the single person who adds the most value to the company - I am highly versatile and motivated to drive the project forward, and more importantly, I bring initiative to the company. I will go outside the requirements, and unite the company with my experienced leadership.
- —Guest Why not? I am the single person who
Willing and Capable
- I am the best candidate for this job because I am highly motivated with a compassion for understanding in all aspects of a job. This drive is what allows me to differentiate myself for other candidates. I am also very inquisitive, which allows me to feed my ability for perfection. I would be most pleased to join your company and share your vision for success.
- —Guest Tg
- You should hire me because I have an educational background in the field that I will apply to your company's success.
- —Guest myleen yabut