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Questions to Ask at Interview

At some point during the proceedings, the interviewer may ask: ''Do you have any questions?'' It is then over to you, to provide the questions.

Interviewers frequently judge candidates on the nature of the questions that are asked. Do you ask about the pay and benefits? Are you focused about the day-to-day demands of the role? Or are you more interested about opportunities for promotion and enhanced responsibility? Different questions give interviewers different impressions about your motivations.

However, do not forget that this is your opportunity to find more out about the job and the company. If the interviewer were to offer you the job, would you have enough information to decide whether to accept it or not?

Show an Interest in you Role

There are many questions that you could ask about the role. However, remember to check that the questions you do choose to ask could not have been answered in your research.

Questions to ask could include:

You might also want to find out more about why the employer is looking to fill this role:

Questions About the Company

You could also ask questions about the structure and current challenges facing the company as a whole:

Employers usually want to recruit employees who will stay for at least two to three years; so it may be worth your while to ask some questions about the future. For example, you could ask about your own future with the company:

 

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