At the end of every job interview, there comes a point when the interviewer asks, "Do you have any questions for me?" This is not such an unexpected moment, but often candidates for the position do not prepare for it, cannot remember a single sensible question, or ask those that cause negative feelings in the interlocutor.
In this article, we share the story of Stephanie Daniel, senior vice president of Keystone Associates, the largest recruiting agency. She will tell you what questions to ask in the interview and why and which ones to avoid.
Be prepared for the moment when you are asked to ask questions. It is best to prepare 5-7 questions. Although you can ask a maximum of three. During the interview, the interlocutor may already give answers to some of the questions that you have prepared, so you should have backup options.
Too many job seekers try to ask "safe" questions: "Will you call me yourself or should I call you back?", "Why is this position open?" etc. You will get the same boring, "safe" answers to them and you will not get any benefit for yourself. To get a job in a highly competitive environment, you simply cannot afford to ask such questions.
If you really want the job you're interviewing for, then here are the questions you should ask.