Monday, December 10, 2007

201 Best Questions To Ask on your Interview

John Kador

201 Best Questions To Ask on your Interview
The landscape for job seekers today is more treacherous than at any time in recent memory. In other words, if you want a job today, you may actually have to work for it. Just a few months ago, the job interview was an opportunity for candidates to present their demands and screen the best offers. Today the tide has turned and employers are running the show again. It’s no longer enough to be qualified. If you want a job in today’s business environment, you have to shine in the job interview.
One way to really shine is by asking questions. Questions are the best way for you to demonstrate that you understand the company’s challenges, emphasize how you can help the company meet them, and show your interest in the most unmistakable manner possible—by actually asking for the position. This book will help arm you with new interview questions and techniques for selling yourself and getting the job you want.
After more than a decade of job seekers calling the shots, the collapse of the dot-com economy has resulted in a much more restricted hiring environment. Employers can now afford to be much more choosy. With dozens or even hundreds of applicants competing for every job, employers are raising their standards.
To succeed at this part of the job hunt requires the job seeker to interview the interviewer. By this point in the process, the chemistry between the employer and job seeker should be pretty good. If there are any remaining candidates, their abilities should be fairly similar, so you are now competing on softer issues. If you are still in the running, chances are the employer wants to hire you at least as much as you want to be hired. Now the tables are turned, and it is your opportunity to determine if this is the job that’s best for your career. Now you get to interview the interviewer, and in doing so you have another opportunity to reinforce your desirability as the best candidate for the job. This book shows you how.

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