If you’re looking for a job, you’ve probably read and reviewed a ton of potential questions that employers might ask you during an interview. From, “What’s your greatest weakness?” to “Tell me a little bit about yourself,” most of us at least have an idea of how to respond to the most common interview prompts. However, many job seekers neglect to develop a similar skill that can make or break your chances at landing a new career opportunity – asking questions in job interviews!
The difference between the way employers assess candidates who embrace the chance to ask questions and those who don’t can be huge. After all, if you don’t have anything worthwhile to ask your possible employer of the future, how interested in the opportunity could you truly be? Asking questions is one thing, but how do you ask the right questions?
If you’ve got questions about asking questions, you’re not alone! Thankfully, Medix recruiter Meg joined the Impact Podcast to share her top tips for job seekers looking to take charge on interview day and put employers on the spot for a change. When your next interviewer asks, “So, do you have any questions?” you can respond with confidence!