• Matthew Coppola

Questions to ask at the end of an interview

Usually, at the end of a job interview, the prospective employer can ask the applicant if they have any questions for them.

It’s always best to have at least one or two questions to ask, as too many questions can be off-putting and not enough questions or none at all may show disinterest in the role.

Asking questions is your last chance to demonstrate your knowledge, emphasise your interest and suitability, and leave the employer with a lasting and positive impression.

Good questions to ask include: 

· What is the workplace culture like? 

· What would your ideal candidate be like, and how would they succeed in the role? 

· What kind of challenges do you envision in this role? 


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