Questions To Ask At An Interview

Interviews are a big deal, a very big deal and your performance at an interview is sometimes based on how intellectual one was or how bright you sounded both in replying questions and asking your potential employers questions.

Dressing well to an interview is not all that matters and every young lady going in for an interview ought to know this. You have to prove to the panel of interviewers that you have got what it takes to be brought on board.

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To do this, ask questions. Not silly ones, by the way but thought provoking questions that goes straight to the core and management of the organization.

To help you out, we have highlighted some key questions to ask at an interview.

1. Can you tell me more about the day-to-day responsibilities of this job?

This is your chance to learn as much as possible about the role so you can decide whether this is a job you really want. By learning more about the day-to-day tasks, you will also gain more insight into what specific skills and strengths are needed and you can address any topics that haven’t already been covered.

2. Who do you consider your top competitor, and why?

You should already have an idea of the company’s major competitors, but it can be useful to ask your interviewer for their thoughts. Naturally, they will be able to give you insight you can’t find anywhere else. It might like a big one to ask but trust us when we say, your interviewers would take you as a serious person after this question.

3. What are the biggest opportunities facing the company/department right now?

This question shows your drive to seize opportunity and may help you learn more about where the company will be focusing over the next several months. It makes you appear focused and determined.

4. What can I clarify for you about my qualifications?

This is definitely not a bad question to ask. It lets your prospective employer know that you have nothing to hide  and you are confident enough to want more questions throw at you.

5. What are the next steps in the interview process?

This question shows that you are eager to move forward in the process. It will also help you gain important information about the timeline for hiring so that you can follow up appropriately.

Remember: Don’t ask about salary or benefits just yet. Wait until you are in the final steps of the interview process to negotiate with the hiring manager or an HR representative.