What does the STAR approach entail in the context of structured interview questions?

The STAR approach, abbreviated as Situation, Task, Action, and Result, provides a structured framework for candidates to detail their past experiences and problem-solving abilities. Interviewers use this framework to gain deeper insights into a candidate’s competencies by understanding the specific situation or task they faced, the actions they took, and the outcomes they achieved.

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