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  • Stephen Weed

Four Questions to Ask the Hiring Manager

1. What would you like me to accomplish in the first six months? 

Job descriptions often detail routine tasks, asking about specific goals your employer expects you to achieve shows your commitment to the job. 

2. What is the typical career path here for a person hired into this role?

Asking what the typical career path for the position your interviewing for shows the interviewer you are looking to excel and grow from the starting position. It also helps you determine if this position fits well with what you are wanting to accomplish in your career. 

3. What do you like most about working here?

Hearing what the hiring manager enjoys about the company can help you decide if the company would be a good fit for you.  

4. If you were to hire me, what might I expect in a typical day?

This question can give you a great idea about what you should expect on a day to day basis in this position that you might not be able to get from the job description alone. 

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