Good Interview Questions

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Asking questions during an interview shows an employer that you are really interested in the job and/or the company. In addition, your questions can highlight your qualities and analytical thinking. Try to prepare a list of questions that apply to the job you are applying to before you go to the interview.

Questions You Can Ask Your Interviewer:
  • Can you tell me why this position available?
  • If I am offered this job, how soon would you need me to start?
  • How many people have held this position in the last two years?
  • Do you have any questions about my qualifications or professional experience?
  • Who will be my superiors?  Who would I report to?
  • Will I need to travel for this position? If so, how much?
  • Will I be supervising anyone? If yes, who?
  • Is there a possibility that the company would want me to relocate?
  • Which departments will I be working most closely with?
  • Can you tell me what do you like about working for this company?
  • Does your company have any current plans for expansion or cutbacks?
  • How would you describe your company’s management style?
  • What is the rate of turnover in the department I am applying to work in?
  • What is the best way to advance in this company?
  • Do you feel this company is financially sound?
  • How much do you think this company will grow in the next 3-5 years?
  • What kind of projects and assignments will I be working on?
  • Can you tell me what happened to the last person that held this position? 
  • How would you describe this company's personality? 
  • Are there any current problems facing the company or the department with the job opening?
  • What are the top five things you like about working for this company?  Are there any things that you do not like?
  • What are your company's strengths?
  • Do you feel your company has any weaknesses?
  • Does your company look for long-term employees?
  • Does you company have a sense of loyalty for long-term employees?.
  • What aspects of this organization made you want to work for them?
  • Can you tell me what the responsibilities of the position are?
  • Do you feel that there are any challenging aspects of the position?
  • Does your company offer any job training opportunities or professional development?
  • Is there job training for this position?
  • Does your company have a promotional or raise policy?
  • Do you feel there are advancement opportunities in this company?
  • When can I expect to hear from you?
  • Is there anything that is stopping you from offering me the job right now?
At the end of the interview you should let the interviewer know that you are very interested in the position and when you get home create a follow-up letter or thank you note. You should either mail or email your follow-up letter the same day as the interview.

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