What questions should I be asking in a job interview?
We've all been there, at the end of the interview when you get asked "do you have any questions for me"? I freeze every single time, scrambling for something to say to ensure I stand out and almost every time I fall flat. Learn from my mistakes and get prepared early. Here are 10 great questions to ask at the end of an interview that will get you one step closer to the next round.
What important things would you like to see me accomplish in the first 3, 6, 9, 12 months in this role?
How has the company changed since you joined?
What are some challenges that the previous job holder faced in this role?
What salary are you offering?
What does your ideal candidate look like?
Why do most employees leave the company?
How do you develop teamwork skills among employees?
Can you offer specific details about the position’s day-to-day responsibilities?
How do company leaders set employees up for success?
How involved are employees in structuring their own goals and KPIs?
Even if the question feels out of your comfort zone or challenges the interviewer, asking it shows you're an invested candidate who is taking this interview seriously. Lean into it!
Do you have a killer interview question you think deserves to be added to the list? Comment below.