It's common knowledge that an interviewer will most likely ask you at the end of an interview if you have any questions for them about the job or the company. And you just might be on the wrong track if you respond with: "No, I think I'm good, thanks." So, naturally, you should walk into every job interview with a few pre-determined questions in mind to ask the interviewer at the end. Here's your chance to ask those burning questions you have about anything you couldn't dig up in the job description or on the Careers Website. Need some guidance on what questions are good ones to ask? Here are a few that we think may help you make a great impression:
How is success measured within this role?
What are the most important things I would need to accomplish within the first 6 months to be successful?
Is there a typical career path for this type of role?
How did this position become available?
Why do you like working for the company?
What does the on-boarding and job training process look like?
Can you share with me what the company culture is like?
How does work-life balance fit into your company's philosophy?
Who are your top competitors? What companies do you model after or look up to?
Where do you think the company is headed in the next five years?
What are the biggest challenges the company is currently facing?