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Questions to ask in an interview

Oct 16

Have you ever wondered what questions to ask at a job interview? In seeking a job, it’s important to remember that an interview isn’t just an opportunity for the employer to find out if you are a suitable candidate - the interview works both ways.

Asking questions shows that you are interested in the role and company, and it also allows you to find out if the role is right for you. So, what kind of questions should you ask? 

Here are some ideas to get you started:

- What does a typical day in this role look like?

This question gets to the heart of what the day-to-day role will entail. Sometimes during the interview process, a manager can make the role sound more exciting than it actually is. Asking this question will help you understand how you will spend your time if you are offered the job.

- What opportunities are there for career development?

Potential employers will be impressed if you ask this question because it shows that you are ambitious and looking to grow within the company. By asking about opportunities for professional development, you are signalling that you are committed to your career and want to continuously improve your skills. This type of attitude will make you an asset to any organization.

- What challenges will I be working on in this role?

By asking this question, you're not only showing your interviewer that you're excited to take on whatever challenges this role may have in store, but you're also helping get a better understanding of what those challenges might be. This is beneficial because then you can decide if you feel motivated enough to overcome them or not. No role is perfect and it's important to know what the unique challenges will be before making any decisions.


Why come with a list of questions to ask in an interview?

If you're well-prepared with good interview questions for managers, you'll be able to quickly assess whether the job is the right match for you. By asking questions, you'll also show the hiring manager that you're interested and prepared. Furthermore, you may be able to glean if the manager has any doubts or reservations about you as a candidate.

Before any interview, it is essential to go over a list of questions you can ask to not only break the ice but also show your potential employer that you are dedicated and have been doing your research. This will make the interview a success and increase the chances of you getting the outcome you want.


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