3 questions to ask at the end of a job interview

Every job interview is different, but there are some parts of the process that are similar at most companies. For example, at the end of the job interview, hiring managers typically ask candidates if they have any questions.

If you're used to skipping through this part as quickly as possible, you're neglecting an opportunity. Ask the right job interview questions, and you can gain important information about whether or not you really want to work for the company.

Ask: "Can You Give Me a Brief Summary of Your Time at the Company?"

You can learn a lot about a company by asking this question. It's not uncommon for people who are leaving a company to interview candidates to fill their position. By asking about that person's time at the company, you can possibly learn why that person is leaving and what challenges might be ahead for you in this job role. Keep an eye out for any red flags or warning signs.

Ask: "What Is Your Vision for the Team or Company?"

The answer to this question might give you an idea of the company's long-term goals — and your role in them. If the answer here makes you feel queasy, it might not be a good idea to continue with the interview process.

Ask: "Is There Anything I Can Expand Upon?"

Feel like you sold yourself short during the interview? Now's your chance to clear the air. By giving the interviewer another opportunity to ask questions, you can potentially clear up any miscommunications, or further elaborate on some successes. It's your last-ditch chance to explain why you would make you the best candidate for the job.

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