Any job interview ultimately comes down to six (6) basic questions - and the right answers:
1. Who are you, really? Talk about your education and work experience, bridging into why you're right for the job.
2. Why are you on the job market? Be direct, quick and honest with your answer. Never break the eye contact.
3. What can you do for us? Research information about your prospective employer by reading or asking trusted people who know the company well. Such preparation will give the impression that you are resourceful.
4. What are your strengths and weaknesses? Explain in safer ground the profit of learning from mistakes and successes.
5. What are your most significant accoplishments? Write down what made you rejoice in search of your accomplishments for the past years you've worked and back it up with sound reasons for recognizing them as such.
6. What salary are you looking for? Don't bring up compensation in an initial interview so as not to scare off your prospective employer. Be ready with a job problem and how you will wittily solve it.