Best Job Interview Questions
Faced with one pointed question after the next regarding your career, a job interview can quickly take on the feel of an interrogation. But employers aren't the only ones who get to poke and pry during the sit-down. At some point, job candidates can make inquiries that flesh out everything from expectations to why their prospective boss enjoys working for the company. By asking thought-provoking questions, you can not only collect valuable information but also distinguish yourself from the pack. "It means that you're thoughtful about the process and that you're very interested in the position because you took the time to think of questions that would be substantive," says Cheryl Palmer, a career coach and founder of the career coaching firm Call to Career. Here are some questions you can ask and tips for interpreting the responses from your interviewer. 1. [Read: 9 Things to Put on Your Job Interview Checklist.] 2. 3. [See: The ABCs of Interviewing.] 4. 5.