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What Not to Ask Your Interviewer

Recently I wrote an AOL article for job seekers on the types of questions to ask during an interview and I realized that I had hardly touched on the issue of “what not to ask”. As stated in my previous article, it’s essential that you ask questions in the preliminary interview that provide the hiring manager with insight into who you are. These questions should produce a thoughtful discussion, and not simple answers. If you are deemed a qualified candidate, you’ll have an opportunity later to ask procedural or compensation-related questions.

In this follow-up article is a list of questions that I recommend you do not ask in the first interview. Consider the more appropriate questions (and comments) I’ve provided.

Article:  What Not to Ask Your Interviewer


December 21, 2010 - Posted by | AOL article, Interviewing 101

1 Comment »

  1. Great post – I will definitely be sending this to my friends who are currently interviewing for jobs!

    Comment by Sara Kmiecik | December 29, 2010 | Reply

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