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10 Q's To Ask Your Interviewer

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What happens when an interviewer asks you: "Do you have any questions for us?" …

What happens when an interviewer asks you: "Do you have any questions for us?"

If you go blank, or say "no," you are wasting a chance to look smart and keen. Here are 10 good questions to ask.

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  • 1. Employee & Job-Seeker Tip
    10 QUESTIONS TO ASK AT YOUR INTERVIEW
    By Larry BuhlYahoo! HotJobs
  • 2. 1
    .
    WHY YOU SHOULD
    ASK QUESTIONS WHEN
    BEING INTERVIEWED
  • 3. 1. WHY YOU SHOULD ASK QUESTIONS WHEN
    BEING INTERVIEWED
    • For many job seekers an interview can seem too much like an inquisition. That's usually because they're doing all the answering and none of the asking
    • 4. By asking good questions of the interviewer(s) you…
    • 5. can try to get answers to important questions that you have about the company or the job you’ve applied for
    • 6. show the employer that you are confident and interested in this position
    • 7. create a conversation instead of a one-sided interview
  • 2
    .
    GOOD
    QUESTIONS
    TO ASK
  • 8. 2.1 IDENTIFY THEIR PAIN, AND FIND OUT
    WHERE THE COMPANY IS GOING
    • Identify Their Pain:
    • 9. "What is one of the biggest problems the company faces that someone with my background could help alleviate?”
    • 10. "If I started in this job tomorrow, what would be my two most pressing priorities?"
    • 11. Find Out Where the Company Is Going:
    • 12. "Where do you see this department/company in five years?”
    • 13. "What are the long- and short-term goals of the company/department/work group?"
  • 2.2 DETERMINE IF YOU’D FIT IN, AND SHOW YOU
    ARE REALLY INTERESTED
    • Determine Whether You'd Fit In:
    • 14. "How would you describe your company's culture?
    • 15. "What tangible and intangible qualities attracted you to the organization?"
    • 16. Show You're Really Interested:
    • 17. "What additional information can I provide about my qualifications?"
    • 18. "What are the next steps in the selection process, and when
    might I expect to hear back from you?"
  • 19. 2.3 ASK FOLLOW-UPS, AND INJECT YOUR
    QUESTIONS AT THE RIGHT TIME
    • Ask Follow-Ups:
    • 20. "Can you clarify what you said about...?"
    • 21. “Would you mind giving me some examples of...?"
    • 22. Inject Your Questions At The Right Time
    • 23. If the interviewer is following a script, they may prefer you to wait until they ask “Do you have any questions for us?”
    • 24. For less formal interviews, try to spread your questions out when you think the interviewer is most receptive
  • more on this topic:
    Own the Interview: 10 Questions to Ask
    more career advice:
    http://career-advice.monster.ca
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