If you browse through the archived posts in this blog, you'll find plenty of advice about questions you must ask during a job interview. Asking the interviewer questions is a good way to find out more about the company or the job you're interested in.
It goes without saying that an interview should be a two-way conversation. Ideally, you should ask as many questions as the interviewer asks you – if not more. After all, both sides need to make sure the job and company are a good fit.
Popular questions job seekers can ask include:
- What do you feel are the most important skills required in performing this job?
- What are the most important results I would need to achieve in the first 6 months?
- What are the top challenges I'll face in this position?
Some job seekers may have a favorite question they like to ask at a job interview that reveals a lot about either the job or the company. So, let's turn this post over to you: What is your favorite question to ask in a job interview, and why?
Post your answer in the Comments section.
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