Prepare Your Questions to Ask

Since the job interview is a two-way process, you should have questions for the interviewer and potentially for other people there who aren’t your manager-to-be. In fact, a candidate who doesn’t have questions during the interview raises a number of questions with his silence: “Does he not care about what the job will be like?” “Is she not interested in this job?” “Maybe he thinks this job is just another stepping stone to something else.” “Seems like she can’t be bothered to think ahead about how this job might work out.”

Asking questions shows that you’re interested in the position and that you’re not cruising through life. The interviewer has invested time and energy in getting you into the interview room, ...

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