By Richard Fein
Revised to mirror new questions for contemporary new economic system, this renowned advisor nonetheless continues to be the 1st and purely interview e-book to check key questions task seekers have to ask at hte interview.
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This phenomenon is hardly unusual and you should feel free to ask about it. Q. While I am glad we are discussing opportunities for me at Yourco, I am aware that there have been some serious cutbacks in staffing, including reductions in this department. How do your remaining staff members feel about bringing in an outsider when some of their friends have lost their jobs? or Q. To what extent were the staff reductions in this department Page 30 performance based rather than a reflection of the need to cut expenses per se?
If you had an ideal candidate, what skills and personal qualities would that person have? or Q. What would it take to exceed your expectations for this position. Consistent with Rule #2 (see Chapter 2) you might want to indicate that you have studied the job description as a quick preamble to your question. Q. As I read the job description I noticed that technical skills like computer spread sheets and basic statistics were mentioned first. How significant are interpersonal skills in the mix? Hint: Listen carefully to the response you receive.
However, some questions would be especially useful for recent college graduates, particularly if the interviewer is only a few years out himself/herself. QUESTION 36: Learned in School Q. When you look back at your college experience, what did you learn that is helping you do your current job? Page 40 or Q. In what way is this job drawing upon your college education? or Q. Is there anything you wish you had studied in college because it would help you now on the job? or Q. Was there anything about your job at Yourco which came as a surprise when you transitioned from college to corporation?
101 dynamite questions to ask at your job interview by Richard Fein