You’re reading an article on questions you should never ask an interviewer after or during an interview.
In our last article we explained how important asking the interviewer relevant questions is to getting hired.
Asking well-crafted and relevant questions demonstrates capacity and capability to the interviewer. And more often than not it increases your chances of getting the job.
On the other hand, not asking any questions at the end of the interview or worse still saying “No nothing comes to mind” when asked if you have a question will definitely reduce your chances of landing that job.
To tackle this problem, our previous article carefully detailed some of the relevant questions you could ask the interviewer after or during the interview section. You can check out that article here and see a list of questions you can ask.
Today however we are going to be concentrating on the worse kind of questions to ask an interviewer.
There are questions you ask an interviewer and you will lose all chances of ever getting that job. I know you want to avoid that at all costs which is the motivation behind writing this article.
Read more below to become aware of the kind of questions you should never ask an interviewer.
The interviewer asks, “Well, that’s about it. Do you have any questions for me? ”below are some of the worse questions you should avoid asking.
These are all “me” questions. Where you put yourself before and above the interests of the company.
It shows impatience, lack of character and selfishness and nobody wants to hire someone with these kind of attributes.
Well if you follow this advice and avoid asking this questions after or during an interview You’ll be sure to be the most impressive interviewee for miles.
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