Questions Job Seekers May Want to Ask During their Interview – Part 4!


This month we are posting questions you may want to ask during an interview. In total, we have provided you with a list of 75 possible questions! Did you miss the post that listed the previous 15 questions? If so, you can read them here.

Here are the final 15… Keep in mind, you should not ask ALL of these questions during an interview, rather this is just a sampling of some potential questions you may want to ask:

1.   Why do you enjoy working for this company?

2.   What attracted you to this organization?

3.   Can you describe the work environment here?

4.   How do you describe the philosophy of the company or organization?

5.   To whom does the position report?

6.   Can you provide me with a salary range for this position?

7.  Are you able to discuss benefits with me?

8. Who will make the final hiring decision?

9. When can I expect to hear from you regarding the status of this position?

10.  Are there formal metrics in place for measuring and rewarding performance over time?

11.  How long has this position existed in the organization? Has its scope changed recently?

12.  Do you foresee this job involving significant amounts of overtime or work on weekends?

13.  Are my tasks limited to my job description, or will I be performing duties outside the described job scope?

14. What do you think is the biggest challenge facing the person taking this role?

15. Who are the primary people I’ll be working with on a daily basis?

So, there you have it, a sample listing of 75 potential interview questions that you may want to ask during an interview. Can you think of any other questions that we didn’t cover during the series on our blog this month?


Note: This blog post only touches on certain aspects of this topic and is not a comprehensive list. This blog post is an educational and informational resource for job seekers and is not a substitute for working with a resume writer or other professional. See our Terms and Conditions for additional information.


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