You’ve sat through a grueling hour of questions about your work experience, your career path, your strengths and your skills and now it’s your turn to ask the questions. Sometimes, no matter how prepared you feel, how much company research you’ve done, the simple question “Do you have any questions?” can stop you dead in your tracks.
A recent study found that 84 per cent of people interviewing for a job ask the hiring manager questions of their own. The most common topics they inquire about are salary, corporate culture, benefits and chances for advancement. In the post The 5 Best Questions a Job Candidate Can Ask, author Jeff Haden, identifies the definitive five questions you should ask to you to the top of the candidate list. Don’t forget to take note of them before your next interview and turn it into your opportunity to shine!