What to do when the interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for me?” 3



The interview is coming to a close and your interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for me?”

If you are like me then you already have your two or three ‘smart’ interview questions ready to go. But what happens when the interviewer already answered your questions. You need back-up questions, right.

I was on LinkedIn today and read this post “The 5 Best Questions a Job Candidate Can Ask” and I realized that I really have missed a few tricks, so I’m sharing them with you.

1. “What do you expect me to accomplish in the first 60 to 90 days?”
2. “What are the common attributes of your top performers?”
3. “What are the one or two things that really drive results for the company?”
4. “What do employees do in their spare time?”
5. “How do you plan to deal with…?” (a major challenge: technological changes, competitors entering the market, shifting economic trends, etc.)

I highly recommend reading the original article for more information – found here.

Good luck in your job search – bye for now 🙂

Ask these 5 questions during your next interview 1

Job interviewIf you are anything like me, sometimes after an interviewer has gone over all the details, you can’t really think of anything to say when they ask that inevitable question – “Do you have any questions for us?

Well here are 5 questions to ask during your next interview that will make a great impression on the hiring manager.

1. “How has [the company you’re interviewing for]’s product impacted you directly?”
2. “How would my role affect the business in the short-, medium- and long-term?”
3. “Why did you join [your company]?” In other words, a very polite version of “Why should I want to work here?”
4. “What gets you out of bed every day and excites you to come to work?”
5. “What are the biggest trouble-spots you’re hoping the person in this position can help you with?”

Read the article here for more information and explanation.