Got your list of interview questions to ask?

The worst thing you can do while interviewing for a new role, is skip the part where you turn the tables, and interview your potential employer.

Yes, you need to make a great impression so you can get the offer. But you also need to know if this new role will be a fit for the standards you’ve set for your next role.

Knowing the right interview questions to ask can be daunting. Don’t try to think of these questions on the spot. The best way to prepare for an interview is to  come prepared with great questions. I went ahead and did the work for you. Here are some questions to help you decide if a new role is right for you (and impress your interviewer to boot).


Interview Questions to Ask Right Now

What does success look like in the first 90 days in this position?

What’s the most important technical skill needed for this role?

What is the most important soft skill needed for this role?

What are the biggest challenges I might face in this role?

How would you describe your management style?

Can you describe a typical day or week in this role?

How will success be measured in this role?

How would you describe the culture at this company?

When will you be making a hiring decision?

Bonus Question: Do you have any reservations about my fit for this role that I could address?

Your Expectations Matter

Keep in mind your potential employer is as exhausted from searching for a candidate as you are from job searching. They likely wants to hire you. All you have to do is remove their reservations about hiring you in the first place. Once you’ve done that though, it’s your turn to ensure the work environment, and pay, match your expectations.

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To make your search even easier, here are some high-quality job hunting resources.