Job Interviews – Strategy No. 6: Your questions
Posted 6th March 2020 Job Interviews – Strategy No. 6: Your questions
Usually candidates are given an opportunity to ask questions at the end of their job interview. It can be helpful to prepare one or two questions prior to the interview.

Here are some examples of the types of things that you could ask:

  • Information about the company
  • More detail about the responsibilities of the role
  • Training and development for the role
  • What they would expect the successful candidate to achieve in the first three/six or nine months
  • What happens next in the recruitment process

Asking meaningful and relevant questions is a way of displaying your interest in a job.

This article is one of a series on job interview techniques. 

Written by the Your People Recruitment team