Well, it’s all a bit frantic in the Young Professionals office at the moment, what with the upcoming book launch and some other work I’m doing to update my Resilience Training Company programmes. However, I do try and keep my reading eyes open for interesting and useful articles to share with you.
And this one caught my eye – 32 brilliant questions to ask at the end of every job interview
Great Interview Questions
I don’t know about you, but I used to always dread the whole interview process – always wondering if I would able to answer the interview questions, always worried if I would meet the requirements and be liked, always worried about whether I would be able to do the job, if I got it, always worried about the likely changes to my life if I took it…always worried…
But the very worst part was at the end, when inevitably I’d be asked if I had any questions for them. Of course I had loads – in my head at least, but found it difficult to ask them in any sensible, cogent way. Also, I’d be worried that the questions would seem irrelevant or trivial. More worries…
So in case you feel the same, finding this list of great interview questions was a great result.
There are so many questions here, that you are sure to find two or three that resonate with you and that you would find it easy to ask. Here are a couple I really like;
- What do you like most about working for this company?
- What type of employee tends to succeed here? What qualities are the most important for doing well and advancing at the firm?
There are lots to choose from. Happy reading and best wishes if you are going to an interview. I hope you find these useful.