“What are your strengths?" “Why should we hire you?"
The only way to figure out how to answer this type of question is to make a list.
Put all of your technical skills on one side of a paper. Then take your copy of the job description and look at each skill required. See if you can match up what you know and do, with what is required in the job. For example, if the job asks what computer skills you have, write down the software you have mastered, websites built, courses taken, etc.
You should look at what’s relative and compare like to like skills only.
Do this too for any personal qualities you bring to the job. This could mean things such as examples of leadership style and skills, punctuality, work ethic, reliability and more.
Go back to the job description and study what qualities the hiring manager is looking for and how you fit that profile. Add these to your list. Then act with a positive humility, but don’t hesitate to tell them what a great addition you would be to the company.