Have a Job Interview? Be Sure the Ask These 6 Questions

After time spent searching for jobs in Maui and applying for positions, your resume stood out and caught the interest of the employer. Now you’ve landed a job interview. Congratulations! You already know that the hiring manager will ask you tons of interview questions to learn about your credentials, experience, skills, and so forth. An interview is also your opportunity to get a feel for the position and company to determine if it’s the right fit for you. This means you need to come prepared with questions. Below is a list of key questions to ask in your interview.
 1. What is a typical day or week like in this position?
This will help you get an idea of the tasks you’re to tackle and what’s expected of you. For a better understanding of tasks or projects, ask for samples.

2. What is the organization’s management style and who will I report to?
You want to be clear on the expectations management has and if they suit you. You also want to know which manager you will specifically be working with or reporting to and find out what this involves and if you’re comfortable with it. 
 3. What are the prospects for growth and advancement in the company?

 If you’re interested in advancing in the company, this question shows employers that you want to expand your experience and skills and you will have more to offer the company.
 4. How much travel is expected?
Find out if any travel is expected and how much. Also, ask if the company will pay for travel expenses or reimburse you. 
 5. Are training courses or classes provided by the company?
Many companies provide employees with training courses to help improve their knowledge or advance in their department. Companies may provide in-house training or pay for learning seminars for employees.

6. Are there any other questions I can answer for you?
A great way to top off your interview and finish asking questions you have is by asking the employer if there is anything else they want to know about you.

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