8 Insightful questions to ask at the end of your job interview
If you have read our How to Ace Your Interview guide you will be feeling well prepared, confident, and ready to impress.
Once you’ve answered all their questions, expanded on your experience and skills and demonstrated why you’re a good fit for their role, the interviewer will usually ask what questions you have for them. It is important that you plan for this vital stage of the process.
An interview is a two-way process so this is an opportunity to find out more about the job, the company, and to demonstrate your enthusiasm for the job by asking intelligent questions.
So read on to discover eight great questions to ask the hiring manager.
Hopefully these examples have given you an idea of the questions you should ask at the end of your job interview. They give you the chance to understand the job better, and in doing so, make you look like a more serious, credible, and intelligent applicant.
As said previously, it’s a good idea to have multiple questions prepared in case any of them are answered during the course of the meeting. Not surprisingly, it won’t work in your favour if you ask a question that’s already been answered.
Consider what you want to ask. Asking something for the sake of it is pointless, so jot down questions during your research. Ensure that your questions portray you as an enthusiastic job seeker who possesses the relevant skills to be successful in the job.