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6 Questions You Absolutely Must Ask an Interviewer

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Interviews usually involve the interviewer asking you a series of questions, but did you know you can ask them questions too?

As much as the interviewers are trying to determine whether you are perfect for the role, you need to assess if the company is the right fit for you.

To help you, we have listed 6 must-ask questions which will show the interviewer that they’re not only choosing you to work for their company but you’re also choosing them to be a part of your career path. 

Here are 6 questions to ask in an interview:

1) How would you describe the work environment?

Joining a new company comes with its challenges. You are not only signing up to do the job by you are also signing up to the office environment. Ensure you understand the company culture and the daily routine of the workplace.

It's important to find the environment that suits your needs as this will generally increase your productivity.

2) How have you found working with the company?

Ask the interviewer about their experiences with the company. It will give you a good indication of what to expect.


Furthermore, it will help you understand how the company treats its employees.


3) How long have you been at the company?

Find out how long the interviewer has been at the company. This question gives you a good understanding of how loyal their employees are.


A high turnover of employees usually indicates there is something wrong with the company.


4) What type of skills are you looking for in a candidate?

By having a deeper understanding of the skill set they require, you will be able to provide specific details about yourself. Once you discover what skills they demand, tailor your answers to them.


5) How long does the recruitment phase last?

When most candidates are looking for a job, they usually have other jobs in the pipeline. Ask the interviewer how long the recruitment process is likely to last.


Gaining an understanding of the timeline will help you plan your future actions accordingly.


6) How do you define success in this role?

Ask the interviewer about the potential of this role. How much will it help you develop? How much will you learn throughout the experience? If you're looking to progress, find out if there is any career progression and if you will gain anything from this experience.


The next time you have an interview, try asking these questions to help shape your decision to join the company or not. We hope you find the right workplace suitable for your needs. Good Luck!

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