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At National Jewish Health, we utilize a behavioral-based interviewing technique which allows applicants to pull on their previous work or school experiences to determine how they might perform on the job. Behavioral based interviewing is interviewing based on discovering how the applicant acted in specific employment-related situations.
The logic is that how you behaved in the past will predict how you will behave in the future. In a behavioral interview, an employer decides what skills are needed in the person they hire and will ask questions to find out if the applicant has those skills. Instead of asking how you would behave, we will ask how you did behave. We want to know how you handled a situation, instead of what you might do in the future. Behavioral interview questions are pointed, more probing and specific than traditional interview questions.
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