Applying for a New Job? Five Questions read
Here are five questions applicants should ask during job interviews to gain insight on employers. The new cycle of employment opportunities for mall workers it appears timely to restate these questions. Applying for a New Job? Five Questions read.
This scenario should apply in most adult worker office positions. Collaborative positions or productive based work may vary employer to employer.
What’s a typical day like for someone in this position?
An answer to this question provides what’s required of the position on a day-to-day basis, but also how well your would-be boss understands what the job involves.
Why did the person who previously held the job leave?
Taking a job that’s a revolving door could mean there are unrealistic expectations or that previous workers holding the position were not set up for success.
What qualities do you need to be successful in this position?
You should highlight how your relevant traits match with what the management required and also helps you make sure you have the strengths needed to be successful.
What are the greatest opportunities for the company in the next several years?
The answer provides you an idea of how the business may fare in the coming years, as well as whether those in charge are more pragmatic or visionary.
What do you like most about working here?
More insight into the employer’s corporate culture and a better sense of what motivates a potential boss.
The study was based on surveys of more than 400 US workers 18 years or older and employed in office environments.