Former recruitment agency experts answer
employment questions, candidly suggesting how to
negotiate your salary, find a really good job,
handle phone interviews, and more.
Sage advice like this is
to ask at a job interview
the end of the interview the interviewer will
likely ask "Do you have any questions?"
If you say "No" then the interviewer
may think you aren't interested in the position
or the company. So you should always be
prepared with a list of questions to ask the
Don't ask questions about salary, vacation time,
benefits, etc. at the first interview and
certainly not until you have asked a number of
other questions to demonstrate your interest in
working for the organization.
Some good questions you can ask the
Why is this position open?
Is this a new position? If not then how long has
this position been open?
How many people have held this position in the
last three years?
What happened to the person that had this
position before? Was she promoted or fired or did
Who would I report to?
Who would report to me?
What do you like most about working for this
firm? What do you like least?
What immediate projects will I work on?
Can you describe the company's culture and work
What immediate challenges is the company or
What are the organization's short term and long
What are the opportunities for advancement like?
What are the next steps and when can I expect to
hear from you?
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