10 Questions to Ask in Your Next Interview

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Ask Away

You’re up for a new job, and you’ve practiced responses for all the standard interview questions you know will come up, like: “What’s your biggest weakness?” and “Where do you see yourself in five years?” But what about the questions you need to ask? This time, when the interviewer asks if you have any queries, ask a few of the gems below and blow past the competition. By Kenrya Rankin Naasel

What does a typical day or week in this position look like? A job description is great, but it doesn’t say if you’ll be expected to juggle five major tasks each day, or just how much time you’re expected to travel for client meetings. The answer can reveal major info that will be key to managing your time in the position.

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