We talk a lot about how to prepare for an interview, but we spend much less time discussing what you should do during an actual interview and interview questions you should ask at the conclusion of the interview. Related: What's The Best Way To Follow Up After An Interview? A key, yet often overlooked, component of the interview is being prepared with these interview questions before you enter the interview. Here’s the scenario: You’ve aced all the questions during the interview and now your conversation is coming to a conclusion. Then, the interviewer asks you if you have any additional questions. Avoid the “deer in the headlights” look by being prepared for this part of the interview, too. Have a few questions prepared in advance. They can be general questions about the work environment and the type of work the company does or they can be specific to the position for which you are interviewing. Having something prepared is much better than trying to come up with something under pressure and stumbling in front of the interviewer.
February 23, 2015