It’s not just what you say in a job interview, but also what you ask that matters. Answers tell an interviewer what you know, but questions tell them how you think, which is arguably more important. By asking insightful questions, you can differentiate yourself from other candidates and demonstrate the value you could provide. It’s also your opportunity to clarify any details about the company and the position so that you can be clear if it’s where you really want to work.
Do your research ahead of time about the industry, the company and the position so that you can walk into the interview with a list of prepared questions to stimulate a thoughtful discussion.
Here are some good ones to ask:
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