You may have heard some of the strange questions top employers ask candidates during job interviews. And when you hear these questions, you most likely think, “What do these questions have to do with your ability to be a Social Media Manager… or an Accountant?”
The simple answer, of course, is… well, nothing. They aren’t related to the job at all. But these odd questions do serve a useful purpose…
Research and preparation for your job interview determine how well the recruiter thinks you performed. Remember that a big part of any interview is an evaluation of your answers to questions.
To help you get started, Glassdoor sifted through tens of thousands of interview reviews to find out some of the most common interview questions candidates have been asked in recent interviews. If you have a job interview coming up, practice in front of a mirror or ask a friend or family member to listen to your answers to the following questions so you’ll be ready to put your best foot forward.
In addition to the now standard questions good candidates ask during a job interview, you’ve also got to drop in one or two “wow!” inducing bombs… questions so unique, well-researched and enthusiastic that you’re sure to become a truly memorable candidate!
To help you impress your next interviewer, we scoured the web and asked employers about the best questions candidates have asked them…
Got your questions ready for that big job interview? “Questions?”, you ask. “What questions?”
You better take notes. We asked dozens of hiring managers about the best questions they’ve been asked by candidates who got hired. The following is an easy-to-scan infographic with seven amazing questions to ask your next interviewer.
Every part of the hiring process counts, but a face-to-face interview is the best opportunity to dazzle the boss and land a coveted offer.
To maximize those precious moments, here are the four types of interview questions every Millennial should ask an employer.
Each one demonstrates critical thinking and declares: I’m in it to win it.
You’re feeling pretty good about how the job interview has been going so far. Then you hear the question that strikes terror into the heart of many interviewees:
“Do you have any questions for me?”