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21 Questions You Should Be Asking During Your Next Job Interview

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  1. Yvette says:

    I’m reading a book by Thebe Ikalafeng (Google him) that he published in 1995 , what amazes me is that in the book he has Interviewing the Interviewer section most of the question you wrote here @Brittani Hunter he mentioned them in his book.

    A book write written in 1995 is still relevant in 2016

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  2. Naa says:

    Extremely helpful. 👌

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  3. Dez says:

    Man this would’be been helpful for an interview that I had earlier today. I will definitely use this for my next interview.

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  4. TNR says:

    I just have one question for Brittani… Who you rootin for?

    I am so proud to see a fellow PV alum doing great things.

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Brittani Hunter says:

      Hey hey @TNR! It’s nice to meet you! I always try to rep for PV as much as I can!

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  5. Lezette says:

    I read this article a couples months back and made a metal note of it,now I have an interview for my dream job in a few days and will definitely be asking these questions!! Thank you for the articles! I can always come back to this site and get advice for my personal life all the way to career and future life decisions. Thanks necole and team!!

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    1. Nic says:

      Goodluck!! xox

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  6. JoAn says:

    Thank you for this. I’m always at a lost for words or I feel like I’m coming off as generic when I present my questions. But this will help me a ton! I will be printing out these questions to use on my next interview 🙂

    Thanks Brittani!! Great article.

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  7. Amber Danielle says:

    Definitely bookmarking this! Extremely helpful as in the process of applying for various positions. It would be great if did a piece on interview attire and workplace attire, I think that everyone could benefit from that.

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  8. Summer Bleu says:

    Very helpful,because sometimes you have a brain freeze and can’t think of anything intelligent or impressive to ask. However, having been on both sides of an interview, a good interviewer answers most of the questions posted above without out you asking them as they are trying to woo the right candidate.

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  9. LuvlieShay says:

    Thanks for this!

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  10. Eze says:

    This is incredibly helpful as I have an upcoming interview! I really like the question about following up–when should one expect to hear back, and most importantly, can I contact the interviewer. Thanks for this!

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  11. Curly Sue says:

    This is awesome! I have an couple of interviews coming up and I specifically came to this site to find this article. I feel like I always F up my interviews at the end when this questions is asked because my brain practically goes blank. These are extremely helpful. Thank you Nicole and team!

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  12. LoudestWhisper19 says:

    #8 has always been my closing question. Lol it’s nice to have a list of some other good ones to ask. #ThankingYouNow

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  13. Lulu says:

    Thank you for this article. having questions to ask at the end of interview is very challenging for me. It always feels like I am bothering the interviewer and they are just asking as procedure or just as a polite way to end the interview.

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  14. Nic says:

    Great Article, wish me luck for my interview xoxox

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  15. Natalye says:

    Hmmm…. This is great, but the higher up the ladder you go in your career, the more stages there are in an interview process for a particular role. I’m now applying for jobs that have 2-3 stage processes, which means that I am going to interviews three times for the same role at the same company, because I’ll have a telephone interview then I’ll meet the my line manager and HR, and the third stage, I’m meeting the CFO.
    These questions are great for 1st stage, even 2nd stage interviews but what about third stage interviews when you’re having a chat with the CFO? Can you write an article on that please. Thanks xoxo

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