Not having questions ready to ask during a job interview may not only leave you fumbling for what to say, but can even cost you a job offer.
A survey from Adecco reports that it is especially an issue for younger job seekers with 60% of hiring managers saying that one of the biggest mistakes candidates makes during the interview process is showing a lack of interest in a job by not asking questions about the company or position. Mature workers were more likely to be ready with a list of questions.
Regardless of how old or how experienced you are, in addition to revewing the list of questions you will be asked during a job interview, it's important to have your own list of questions to ask.
Take the time to write down what you want to know specifically about the job and your prospective employer. Then review these questions to ask during an interview including general questions and questions listed by type of job and type of interview, so you'll be prepared.
Keep in mind, as well, that there are some questions you shouldn't ask during a job interview.
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