Questions to Ask During a Job Interview

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Learn the right questions to ask during a job interview with expert interviewing tips in this free online career related video clip.

Part of the Video Series: How to Prepare for a Job Interview
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Video Transcript

Today we're going to talk about the interview process. The other thing on this is that on the question standpoint, you want to ask great questions. I've had people that I've spoken to over the years that have said, I feel awkward asking questions. They almost seem too direct and to the point. Talking about hours. What are the hours of operation? How much are you expecting me to work? Are there benefits with this job? What exactly did you mean by that? These are the kind of questions that people should ask, but sometimes they're afraid to. I don't use that work afraid very often, but people are wanting the job and they're afraid to ask something that could indeed cause them grief and kind of get the job. Number one, that interviewer is not there to be mean to you. That interviewer is trying to find the best person for this position for their company. It's up to you to have that confidence that when something is asked, you give a great answer, but remember, if you're on an equal status, you have a right to ask questions also. Have questions prepared. There's not a thing wrong with coming in with your brief and having your notes out. When you sit down, you open your brief and you put your notes here in front of you and your questions. As an interviewer, I would be thrilled to see you coming in prepared. Don't feel that you have to shoot from memory on everything. You certainly can utilize notes. It just shows that you are concerned, that you are interested, and that you're a professional at what it is that you're doing.


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