Step 8 of Interview Preparation: Post-Interview Questions

by | Dec 27, 2018

In the seven preceding interview preparation steps, the goal was to get you to the interview on time and ready to answer questions comfortably. Step eight involves preparation for the moment’s right after you’ve answered these questions, that is, the preparation of your questions for the interviewer to answer.

In Alia Hollback’s steps of interview preparation she observes that, “at the end of your interview, it is commonplace to be asked if you have any questions. You may have questions come to you in the moment, but it’s a good idea to have several prepared beforehand.”  These can be questions about the position, the team you’d work with or even what the interviewers favorite thing about working with the company is.

 

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