One of the biggest questions you will face in job interviews is “What can you do for us that someone else can’t?” or “What can you bring to the table that’s unique?”.
Here are examples of how eight different people can answer this question using real-life experiences.
My experience in this field
I think I can do for you that someone else can't is my experience in the field, my ability to work independently and as part of a team, and my commitment to achieving results.
I've worked in this industry for five years, and over that time, I've had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects. From managing a team of 15 people to designing and implementing new systems, I've done it all. I've also learned how to adapt quickly—when you're working in an ever-changing field like this one, you need to be able to roll with the punches.
In addition to those skills and experiences, I've also picked up some important soft skills during my career—namely the ability to work well with others and prioritize tasks effectively.
My goal is always meeting deadlines while maintaining high-quality standards—and when it comes down to it, that's what makes me valuable as an employee: being able.
I have a record of getting things done
The biggest difference between me and the other candidates is that I have a record of getting things done.
In my last position, I was responsible for managing the company's social media presence and helping to create content for its blog. While there, I also helped with SEO and website optimization.
In addition to my experience in social media management, I have also been involved in a number of projects outside of work that reinforce my ability to set priorities, identify problems, and use my experience and ability to solve them.
For example, when I was younger I organized a fundraising event for our local animal shelter. The event raised over $2,000 for the organization.
My domain experience and ability to solve them
I think the main thing that I can do for you that someone else can't is my ability to set priorities, identify problems, and use my domain experience and ability to solve them.
In the past, I've worked as a [position] at [company name]. There, I was tasked with organizing all of the data related to [product/service]. This included gathering information from multiple sources and then compiling it into a cohesive report. The result was a set of easy-to-read statistics on customer satisfaction that were used by executives to make decisions about future products or services.
I'm very proud of what we were able to accomplish at [company name]. The fact that we were able to create useful reports from disparate sources in such a short amount of time speaks volumes about my ability to set priorities, identify problems, and use my experience and ability to solve them.
My ability to set priorities and identify problems
I think the thing that I can do for you that someone else can't is my ability to set priorities and identify problems.
I have a background in finance, so I'm able to recognize when something isn't working and make sure people are on top of it.
This is a skill that I've honed over time, and it's made me an asset to every team I've ever been on.
A process-oriented person who gets things done
I can do for you that someone else can't is the ability to set priorities, identify problems, and use my experience and ability to solve them. I am a problem solver, a process-oriented person who gets things done.
I have a track record of successfully managing multiple projects at once and meeting deadlines, which makes me an asset to any company that needs someone who can juggle multiple responsibilities.
I also have experience working in teams across different departments. This means I understand how important it is to communicate with other people in order to get things done effectively.
My track record of getting things done
I think I can do for you that someone else can't is my track record of getting things done.
I have over five years of experience in data analysis, which is relevant to the project at hand. This experience has given me both a strong understanding of the technical aspects of data analysis and an appreciation for how to use it to solve problems.
My experience also includes training and mentoring new employees in this process. My background in both technical and human resources makes me uniquely qualified to lead a team through the implementation of this system.