The Make-Or-Break Moment In Any Job Interview: Asking the Right Question

Ask one of these questions at the end of your next interview.

It’s not the time to ask about vacation time and parking spaces: it’s the time to finish strong. The questions you ask can be used to show that you’ve done your homework and have spent time researching the company. They can help you clarify a point you may not have made as strongly as you wish you had earlier in the interview.

WorkandMoney.com offers some suggestions which you should, of course, tailor to the position you’re applying for and the company you’re interviewing with.

This is a good read for those of you looking for a job, or a better job.  Some of the questions suggested may give you that “edge” on other applicants. An edge that may mean”You’re Hired !”

 

https://www.workandmoney.com/s/asking-questions-job-interview-a5b86bc9cf6640eb

 

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Author: Dennis Hickey

There are no limits to success to those who are prepared. I want to help you prepare by sharing what I have learned about life skills, and how I am still learning. Not knowing these skills can effect your personal growth. I hope you enjoy and learn from this information. Feel free to connect with me, to comment or e-mail your question and opinions. Sit back, relax and let the learning begin. Email: dhickey389@msn.com

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