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Questions Job Applicants Should Ask Interviewers

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As an interviewee it’s very important to have a list of valid question ready for the interviewer. It tells the interviewer that you are an interested and competent candidate. It also gives you a chance to assess your qualifications for the applied job and whether the job will be a good fit for you or not.

But you must know the difference between the right and the wrong questions otherwise you could lose a winning battle. To make sure that you are asking the right questions it is very important to do the following.

  • Start preparing for the interview ahead of time
  • Do your research on the company you are applying for
  • Make a list of the questions you have in your mind so that you have enough time to assess whether they should or should not be asked.

Here is a list of questions that you must ask the interviewer.

  1. What are the responsibilities and roles of the position?
  2. Will there be any on job training? If yes then how long will the training period be?
  3. How would you describe a typical week/day in this position?
  4. Is there a possibility of relocation?
  5. Will travelling be a part of the job profile? If yes then how much travel is expected?
  6. Is this a new position? If not then what did the previous employee go on to do?
  7. What is the typical week’s work?
  8. Is overtime expected?
  9. Who does this position report to?
  10. How many people are a part of this team or department?
  11. Could you tell me about the organisation’s work culture and management style?
  12. What are the possibilities of growth and advancement in this position?
  13. How does one advance in a company? Are there any examples?
  14. As an employee of the organization what is it that you like the most?
  15. If you had an opportunity to change something in the organization then what would that be and why?
  16. Would you like a list of references?
  17. If I am given the job offer then how soon am I expected to be on board?
  18. Is there something in specific you would like to know about my qualifications?
  19. Do you have any reservations about my qualifications?
  20. When can I expect to hear from you?


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You must keep in mind some of the questions you definitely must avoid asking.

  1. What does the company do?
  2. Can I get vacations if I get this job?
  3. If I get the job can I change my schedule?
  4. Did I get the job?
  5. Can you give me a feedback of how I did in this interview?

You are sitting in the interview because you want that job; make sure you only ask questions that favour your motive instead of making you look unprepared or unqualified for the job.

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