Job questionnaire questions are created in such a way that a targeted response can be generated from a participant. Job questionnaires are created by the HR team as well as recruitment agencies and are filled by the candidates who are appearing for an interview or are slated to appear on a future date.

Sample Job Questionnaire Questions:

Name of the candidate: ____________________________

Address: ________________________________________

Age: ___________

Gender: ________________

Email: ______________________

Department and Designation (if employed):__________________________________

Q1. Are you currently working with an organization?

  • Yes
  • No

Q2. How long have you been employed with your current organization?

  • Less than 6 months
  • Less than 1 year
  • 1-2 years
  • 2-4 years
  • 4-6 years
  • More than 6 years

Q3. Which of the following basic educational requirements do you fulfill?

  • High School Diploma
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Associate’s degree
  • Master’s degree
  • Doctorate degree
  • Certification programs
  • Vocational training certification

Q4. Which of the following computer based skills do you possess?

  • Full computer literacy
  • Use of computer programs
  • Using computer software
  • Knowledge of computer hardware
  • Knowledge of creating computer software

Q5. Which of the following organizational skills do you possess?

  • Sales and marketing
  • Public relation
  • Human resource management
  • Team management
  • Leadership management
  • Handling Operations
  • Handling Finance
  • Handling business processes
  • Client servicing
  • Customer service

Q6. Can you share an incident with an example when you were face to face with a difficult problem and how you sorted the problem?


Q7. If your team comes across a hurdle while completing a project, what would be your role?

  • Understand the problem first and then look for solutions
  • Look for solutions without wasting time
  • Ask everyone in the team to look for solutions
  • Take the problem to your supervisor
  • Disregard the problem