Why the interview is so important: it can show who you are through your way of analytical thinking process behind your answer to each question. Do not worried we have some easy tips to follow.
Try to avoid the Yes/No questions
because it could tear down the good
impression by the broad question.
Do you have any questions? (It is the time for you to ask these kinds of questions provide down below back to the interviewer.)
What is the typical day like in this job?
In order to know in detail about the job role, not just the job description. It can help you learn how career progression works within the organization.
What type of person you are looking for in this role?
This question is to double-check about yourself that would you suit with this role and can be the one that they are looking for.
What are the biggest challenges that someone in this position would face?
You may not get the specific situation of the challenges. This question can help you reveal trends and issues in the company industry and possibly classify areas where your abilities and experiences could support the company.
What types of skills is the team missing that you are looking to fill with a new hire?
The interviewer may not tell you what they are lacking off. On the other hand, he/she would tell you about the obstacles that they have been through and what they learn about in those situations.
What are your expectations for this role during the first 30 days, 60 days, year?
This question will help you to find out what your employer’s expectations for the person in this position are.
What is your favorite part about working here?
He/She will tell you about their personal experiences for additional insight into the company’s culture.
What are the current goals that the company is focused on, and how does this teamwork to support hitting those goals?
This question shows your drive to take the opportunity and will ease you discover more about where the company will be focusing on the upcoming months. By asking this question, you show your interest to grow with the organization.