Questions to ask at a job interview
Whilst figuring out how to answer interview questions (from competency questions to second interview questions) is key, you also need to make sure you’ve prepared the right questions to ask in a job interview. To make sure you don’t draw a blank, we’ve outlined the best job interview questions for employers, along with the questions you should never ask at an interview.
Some questions are better left unasked. Here are five that you should never bring up at an interview:
Nothing divides interview opinion quite as much as salary. To make sure you know exactly when (and how) to ask about salary at your interview, here are a few of our top tips:
We’ve already focussed on what you need to know about competency questions, but here’s our advice on answering five of our favourites, courtesy of ‘Why You? 101 Interview Questions You’ll Never Fear Again’:
So it’s official. You’ve decided to move on. Now comes the hard part: the dreaded exit interview. To help you avoid any unnecessary awkwardness, here’s our comprehensive exit interview survival guide:
Your character is the single most reliable predictor of what you’ll achieve in your career, making it top priority for many employers. Don’t believe us? Here are five of our favourite character questions – and our advice on how to answer them:
So you aced the first interview… and they asked you back. What next?