I find these questions in the interview process to be the most annoying yet you have to fake it and smile sometimes.
*So Tell me about yourself. (
u mean beside my resume, gee I can go on for hours, so generic and broad).
*What do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years (yeah like I can predict the future buddy).
*Tell me your strength/weakness (blah)
*Do you have any goals or why did you leave your last job? (beside the fact that my supervisor is a BITCH and my co-workers are ass-kissing gossipy queens? )
I hate it the most when you answered their question then they stared at you, it's like they expect something more or want to hear a different answer. Then you ask them a question, they completely and purposely would not give you an answer. No offense, I find most HR recruiters/interviewers are annoying trained puppets for the upper corporate peeps.
My advice would be just be yourself, act professional but still don't fake it too much. If they like your personality, they will give it a shot and you should find out more about the company too to give them a shot. It's a two way street. There are companies that I interviewed for in the past, got offered the job but turned them down.