Hooray, an Interview! Oh No, an Interview!
What is (name company) looking for in the ideal candidate?
How is it that (name company) is in need of hiring for this position?
How does (name company) see this position affecting the entire department?
What would employees say they most like about (name company)?Notice the questions suggested above do not address the interviewer by using the pronoun, YOU. By avoiding the use of YOU, the interviewer will not feel interrogated. Relax! You have worked diligently at attaining an interview. Besides, you wouldn't apply for a job you are not qualified for anyway (right?). Have your piece of cake—you've earned it. [This article was originally posted on an earlier date] Rosa Elizabeth Vargas is the owner of Creating Prints, a professional resume writing service. She's an Elite Master Resume Writer (MRW), Certified Expert Resume Writer (CERW), Nationally Certified Resume Writer (NCRW), and Academy Certified Resume Writer (ACRW). Read more » articles by this approved career expert | Click here » if you’re a career expert Photo credit: Shutterstock