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Should I Ask Questions In a Job Interview?

You’ve made it to the interview and you’ve prepared for all the questions they are supposedly going to ask you, such as “Why should I hire you?” and “What is your greatest weakness?“. You go in confident, chest up, and smiling for what feels like forever. They start asking you questions about your background and life stories to illustrate your unique character. You dabble in to your past work experiences, and personal events that define your leadership skills and qualities that make you a perfect fit for the position. The interview is almost over and then they ask you the last question that you forgot about – Do you have any questions for me? This is your window of opportunity that you really do not want to miss. Participating in the interview is one factor, but what distinguishes candidates from one another is the way they actively participate with the interviewee by asking them questions. Not only does this demonstrate your sincere interest in the position, it also illustrates that you’ve done your homework on the company and the position offered. As nervous as you are, asking questions can also show a sign of maturity and confidence. Qualities that all employers seek. It does no matter whether you are applying for an office job, to take on work at home roles or to assist another WAHM in their business, try to prepare at least one question. So when the opportunity arises how will you respond?  On the flip side, if it is not offered, how can you in fact introduce it into the conversation. Remember every interview is a... read more