Recently, we shared some advice about asking questions at the end of job interviews. To sum it up, you should always ask the employer questions–even if most of them were answered during the interview, but you should never ask these five questions if you want the interviewer to take you seriously. (Hint: avoid asking about about vacation and other benefits during a first interview)
The questions that you ask at the end of the interview will help you and the employer mutually determine if you are a good fit for both the position and the company, but what else should you keep in mind when preparing for an interview?
Check out the following articles for more tips and tricks to help you get an offer:
What are the first things an interviewer notices? Check out these details that interviewers always notice….and avoid the “um” word. (The Daily Muse)
Still not sure what to wear? Take a look at this guide to interview attire from an employer’s perspective. (YouTern)
For those of you who are lining up Investment Banking interviews, don’t miss this information about the I-Banking interview selection process. (Mergers and Inquisitions)
Set yourself apart. Be prepared to market your skills and strengths during your next interview. (Come Recommended)
Good luck with your next interview!
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