Questions to ask in an interview

When an interview ends. The interviewer will probably ask you if you have any questions. The general answer to this is a smile with a soft no. THAT IS COMPLETELY WRONG. You should not feel embarassed asking questions. In fact, you should definitely ask at least 1 question.

The real challenge here is to ask a question which is insightful but does not sound rude to the interviewer. Here are the top 6 questions to ask your interviewer once the interview ends.


  1. What would you consider to be the most important aspects of this job?
  2. What are the skills and attributes you value most for someone being hired for this position?
  3. Could you describe a typical day or week in this position? The typical client or customer I would be dealing with? The expectations To determine how and when you will evaluated, Payne recommend advises asking:
  4. What are the performance expectations of this position over the first 12 months?
  5. What types of skills do you NOT already have onboard that you’re looking to fill with a new hire? The department asking about your department’s workers and role in the company can help you understand more about the company’s culture and hierarchy.
  6. What is the overall structure of the company and how does your department fit the structure?

Remember to sound polite and your chances to get that job will increase for sure!

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