“So… do you have any questions for us?” It’s that one part of the interview that always leaves you with a blank, no matter how many times you’ve rehearsed or planned something to say that sounds intelligent and interesting. After answering so many questions yourself, once the tables are turned in a job interview you can sometimes feel a little put on the spot even if you knew it was coming all along.
As harmless as it may seem, this is a question that can make or break your interview, but it doesn’t have to be as scary as you think. According to the experts at Business Insider, there are a few questions that you will help you get the information you need about your new potential workplace and prove to them that you mean business.
This is the easiest way to see if your skills match up to those required and will give you a snapshot into the future about how they expect you to work, communicate, and fit in within their organisation.
If you’re looking to move onward and upward in your career then this question can show you the possibilities. By understanding more about the people who have worked it before you and where they ended up, or what they thought was necessary to evolve the position, you’ll have a clear understanding of its future.
Although you should have some idea of who the company’s competitors are, it’s great to hear from their point of view what they do differently. This question proves you’re interested in their future goals and how you can help achieve them.
Whether you’re in a solo interview or speaking to a panel, this will give you more of a real look into the company’s culture and what they can offer their employers. This also gives the chance for the interviewer to speak about themselves as an employee which can help to build a sense of comraderie.
Though these interview questions are important for you to understand more about the role, the company, and their culture, it’s also prime time for them to be assessing you. Having a few of these questions up your sleeve and ready to go will prove that you’re interested in the role and are capable of more, which will put you in the best light possible.
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