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Whether you are interviewing a candidate for a job, or being interviewed for a job yourself, it’s important for entrepreneurs -- and entrepreneurs-to-be -- to be prepared. Interview questions are asked to screen a potential candidate by targeting work history and job responsibilities, as well as person’s personality and behavior. While there’s a variety of potential interview questions and styles, the goal is to gather the necessary information in order to make an informed hiring decision.