Questions to ask the interviewer at a job interview

When you go to the job interview, you are there to be asked not to ask, with that in mind, you will learn that you need to control yourself and your curiosity when it comes to time for you to ask the interviewer some questions.

Most interviewers after asking all they have to ask and you answer all you have to answer, they conclude with this question “Is there anything you would to know from me?” Your answer should never be a ‘NO’. Saying no shows the interviewer that you are not interested in the company; you just need a job period. You need to know about the salary right? Leave days, allowances and other benefits, right? This is not the time to ask about such stuff, you will bargain about those once you have been successful and hired, such question will destroy your successful interview. Instead prepare questions to tease his mind.

1. Ask the interviewer how he found you. Questions like: I am interested in this job and I think I will be successful. Do you think I am fit for the role?

This shows that you are confident in yourself; looking at yourself as someone fit for the job. This gives a good impression to person interviewing you.

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2. If I am offered job here, what preparations do I need to do?

With this question, you are showing the interviewer that you are confident enough that you will get through, and you are ready to start working.

3. Is support available, if I want to learn extra skills?

This shows the company that you are someone who wants to get better and better every day in your new job. All companies help and encourage workers to get further training.

4. I am really impressed with your company and I am confident that I will get this job, when should I expect to hear back from you?

This shows how good and ready you are for the job. Asking them when to come back for a follow back is very good because if you do not ask them, you will be left wondering whether to come for a follow back or not and when to come for a follow back.

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