There always comes a time to the end of a job interview where the interviewer asks if you, the candidate, have any questions. It’s safe to say that most of the times you will probably be too nervous to think of any good questions. But there are questions you can (and should ask):
• Questions that are relevant.
• Questions that will help you decide on the job.
• Questions that will help you impress your interviewer.
So before you go for your interview, practice asking some these question and you’ll surely have something to say at the end of your next interview:
10should ask during a job interview
there for growth
in this position
You don’t want a dead-end job. So make sure
you only accept a position that will give you
room for professional development.
Besides, asking this question will show the
interviewer that you are ambitious!
”Will you be able to dress casually, or
do you have to wear a tie?
Do you have flexible working hours, or
is there a strict working hours policy?
If you want a job with a relaxed
atmosphere, then this is the time to find
3. Who previously
held this position?“
”This question will tell you more about your future
prospects at the company, about the position,
and about the company itself.
What skills and
experiences would make
an ideal candidate?
If the interviewer mentions
something you didn’t cover yet
in your answers, now is your
chance to assure them that you
do cover all of the bases.
Do you have any
hesitations about my
This question will give you a chance to allay
any reservations they might have about you.
It also shows that you are gutsy enough to ask
this kind of question!
5. 6. What do
”Not only will this give you
more insight into the company,
but asking your interviewer a
personal question will help you
make a personal connection.
What would a
typical day be like?
You need to be sure that the job
is going to be right for you. There
might be plenty of duties and
responsibilities that you might not
have taken into account when you
responded to the job ad.
This question will give you
an idea of what will be
expected of you.
It will also show that you
are eager to succeed in
It isn’t just about the
salary - there might be
other benefits that will
make working at this
Can you tell
me about the
team I will
It’s important to make
sure you’ll be able to fit
And phrasing a question
like you’ve already got
the job will help you
convince the interviewer
that you are the right
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