Last Updated: October 21, This article was co-authored by Michael McCutcheon, Ph. Michael McCutcheon is a career coach, psychologist, and award-winning public speaker who specializes in procrastination elimination, goal achievement, and increasing life satisfaction. With a background as a counseling psychologist, he guides clients toward becoming more aware of their desires and anxieties to break old patterns, create new habits, and achieve life-changing results. He also helps clients improve organization skills, embark on a new career, get promoted, get admitted into graduate schools, and transition from school to the working world.
Be ready to answer common interview questions that focus on your personal rather than professional life. One of these questions is "What are your outside interests? This is also an opportunity for the interviewer to see if your hobbies line up with the ideals of the position- so you could use this question as a chance to further tip the scales over to your favor. This question is a chance to show something about who you are.