22 Winning Questions to Ask at the End of Your Job Interview
"Do you have any
questions for me?"
Most interviews end the same way. The interviewer will ask the candidate if they have any questions for them before the interview is wrapped up.
Always ask questions at the end of the interview.
Don’t refuse the opportunity to ask questions. That’s a mistake.
Asking questions shows that you are taking the interview seriously. You’ve done pre-work. Maybe a little bit of research about the company.
The candidates that ask insightful questions at the end of the interview almost always have a leg up when it comes time to hire.
Here are 22 of the best questions to ask at the end of your interview
What do you expect to be accomplished in this position in the next 30 days? 60 days? Are there opportunities for a promotion with this position? What do they look like?
What does the performance review process look like? Where do you see this company in the next three to five years?
Can you tell me a little about the team that I would be working with? What are some of the most significant projects that I would be working on?
Are there any specific skill sets that you are looking for in this position? What training programs are available for people who work here?
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