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Which questions can I make during Job Interview

As a job candidate, it is a good idea to have a list of questions prepared to ask the interviewer during the job interview. Asking questions shows the interviewer that you are interested in the position and the company, and it also gives you the opportunity to learn more about the job and the company culture.

Here are some examples of questions you could ask during a job interview:

What does a typical day in this role look like?
This question will give you a better understanding of the responsibilities and expectations of the job.

What are the biggest challenges that someone in this role would face?
This question will help you understand the difficulties that you may face in the role and allow you to prepare for them.

How do you measure the success of someone in this role?
This question will give you an idea of what the company values in an employee and what they consider to be important.

Can you tell me more about the company culture?
This question will give you insight into the company's values and how they treat their employees.

What opportunities are there for growth and advancement within the company?
This question will show the interviewer that you are interested in a long-term career with the company and will also give you an idea of the opportunities available for advancement.

Is there anything about my background or experience that concerns you?

This question gives the interviewer an opportunity to address any concerns they may have about your fit for the role and allows you to address those concerns and explain why you are still a good fit. Remember to tailor your questions to the specific job and company you are interviewing with. It is also a good idea to have at least a few questions prepared in case the interviewer does not cover all of the information you are interested in.


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