How to handle salary questions in interviews?

How to handle salary questions in interviews?

We've all been there.  Sitting in an interview that's gone really well, and then the interviewer says:

"And what salary are you looking for?"

We freeze, uncertain at what the right answer to give is.  Do we go high and get an amazing salary, or do we go low so that they don't think we're too expensive and won't want to hire me?

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How to answer the Super Power interview question

How to answer the Super Power interview question

"If you had the choice, what would your product management superpower be?" This is another one of those questions that get asked in product management interviews, designed to understand where you think you'll be able to make the biggest difference to their business, which shows self-awareness, skills, and your own ability to blow your own trumpet.

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Product Manager Interview Questions to Prepare For

Product Manager Interview Questions to Prepare For

Wouldn't it be great if you had an idea of what questions are likely to appear in your product management interview?  Here's a list of questions that will give you an advantage over the competition.

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How to answer the product vision question in an interview

How to answer the product vision question in an interview

Product vision questions are intended to show that you can think through what a product really exists for and then take that on to the next level.  For example, 'If you were the CEO of Instagram what would you do next?'.

We've all got opinions on products that we know of and use, and this question is intended to find out whether you can consider the product from the business and the customer perspective, not just your own personal viewpoint.

Nail this question and you'll have given yourself a real shot at your dream role.

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How to answer the estimation question in an interview

How to answer the estimation question in an interview

Estimation questions are the questions that are intended to understand how well you approach working out what an answer might be through your deduction and assumption skills.  An example of an analytical question is "How many people are currently flying at the moment?"

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