Posted by tac_admin, April 1, 2012

Six Great Questions to Ask on a Job Interview

When we’re prepping for an interview, we often try to come up with possible questions we’ll be asked and then we make sure we have answers prepared for those questions.

Then we worry and freak out that we may be asked a question we didn’t prepare an answer for. But how much time is spent preparing questions to ask the interviewer. This is a step that I think frequently gets overlooked.

You get to the end of the interview and the interviewer says “do you have any questions for me?”. You try desperately to remember something from the interview that you can asked about and when you can;t come up with anything you say “No, I think you did a great job of explaining everything and I think this position would be a great fit for me”.

Never say you don’t have any questions. If you can’t pull anything out of the interview to ask about, make sure you have some standard questions ready to ask.

An article I recently read gives six good questions you can use if you can’t come up with anything from the interview that you think you want to dig deeper into.

Click here to read this article.


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