Three questions to put during a job interview

1. What are you looking for (what kind of employee)? What do you offer to that employee?
2. What are your objections for me starting the job at you?
3. When can I start?


  • The first question makes it clear if you like the job and what does the employer expect from you.
  • The second question puts things on the table, and helps you overcome the objections the employer might have.
  • Finally, the last question shows courage and avoids the usual bluffing at interviews.

Quite nice. Via – Adrian CHIRA (LinkedInweb site).

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