"Analysts work in a variety of fields to break down complex problems and find solutions. When interviewing candidates, employers are looking for applicants who have strong analytical and problem-solving skills as well as an in-depth knowledge of the field. For more information on the specific questions you'll be asked, try researching a particular role such as business analyst, financial analyst, programming analyst, or data analyst."
Why are you the right person for this job.
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I hate this kind of question. How does the potential candidate even know if they are right? They can only surmise based on the job description and their past experiences. I wish interviewers would stop using these kinds of "sabotage" questions. It ranks up there with "Where do you want to be in five years???" Next time someone asks that, tell them "on the beach in the Bahamas" . Completely ridiculous, as it is up to them to decide if you are the "right person", isn't it?
I would answer like this: " I can answer this question only to the extend 'why i thought this job is right for me'. If i am the right person for it or not ,would be up to you to answer , and, believe me, I would rather be not in a wrong job myself"