Responding to the interview question: “What is your best accomplishment to date?” By Matthew Coppola
What is your best accomplishment to date?
This is a question asked by an interviewer to find out something in your career thus far that you are most proud of and an achievement that can show the kind of person you are in the workplace.
Indeed, an individual’s achievements say much about who they are. The same goes for helping to determine the right person for the job.
When responding to this question, my suggestion is to either bring up your best accomplishment, providing details of employer/job/role/outcome, or, if you have multiple achievements and you just can’t pick one, choose to either say a couple great achievements or pick the one most relevant to the job you are being interviewed for.
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