Sunday, 26 February 2017

Part 23 of our job searching tips.


ASK GOOD QUESTIONS.

Asking some questions at a job interview is a good idea. This takes the pressure off you for a bit because the interviewer will often take up on the opportunity to talk about themselves and their work.

Start by asking questions about the role, who will you report to, what the package includes, what are the hours etc. Try to ask insightful questions that show you’ve thought carefully about the job you’re applying for and the company.

Make a list, but you dont have to ask them all.

They may also at the end of the interview ask if you have any questions, ist always good to have at least one.

A good fall back question if you have nothing else is to ask, what do you think is the biggest challenge of the role. 




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