"work experience" is the type of work you/'ve done in the past. If you haven/'t started working yet you can say "Right now I/'m still a student." or "I/'m a recent grad and Ihaven/'t started working yet." In the second sentence, "recent grad" is short for "recent graduate" and means that you have just finished school.
請告訴我你過去的工作經驗，工作經驗就是你過去所做的工作。如果尚未開始工作，就可以回答“Right now I/'m still a student.”（現在我還是個學生。）或者說“I am a recent grad and I haven/'t started working yet.”（我剛剛畢業，還沒有開始工作。）“recent grad”是“recent
Second One: What/'s your GREatest weakness?This is a popular question that western employers like to ask to make candidates nervous! In fact, they ask this to know how you respond to a difficult question. You shouldn/'t answer by telling your GREatest weakness since you might not get the job! Instead, you can tell them something that isn/'t directly related to the job position.
Third One: Why do you feel you are qualified for this job?This question is a good opportunity to brag a little bit. You should talk about some extra skills you have that maybe wasn/'t included in your resume, or talk about your GREatest strength in more detail.
Fourth One: What kind of salary did you have in mind?Salary is how much money you earn, usually per year. When asked this, it/'s best to answer with a salary range or approximation and not an exact figure. This shows that you are familiar with the industry if you know what the approximate salary should be.
Fifth One: If hired, when could you start work?When answering this it/'s best not to say you
can start right away. This might make you seem very desperate for a job. A safe answer would be "I can start at the beginning of next month."
如果雇傭的話，你什么時候開始工作？回答這個問題時。一定要注意！不要說我馬上可以工作。那會讓對方認為你非常迫切地需要這份工作。一個非常保險的回答可以是“I can start at the beginning of next month.”（我下月初可以開始上班。）
Sixth One: What kind of work does the posi-tion involve?You can ask this to clarify exactly what kind of work you/'ll be doing.