Asking questions at the end of your interview is just as important as answering them. It reinforces your suitability as a candidate and gives you an invaluable opportunity to find out more about the role and the company you’re applying to.
You’ve made it to the interview and you’ve prepared for all the questions they could possibly ask you. You shine in each one, remember what you want to say and really match your skills and experience to the company and the role. And then they ask whether you have any questions for them. This is where you can demonstrate that you’ve given it real thought by asking some good questions of your own and leaving a great final impression of your interview.
The answer to this will tell you how they would really like to see you perform, and what areas you should be concentrating on. It also show you’re thinking ahead and want to do what’s best for the company as well as best for you.
1) What challenges could I face in the first three months?
2) Is there anything you would like to improve in your department and how could I help?
3) What’s the working environment like?
4) Can people develop quickly here?
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