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#Interviews should never be a one-way conversation. Ask yourself, is this a place I want to work at? You should feel empowered to guide the conversation and ask questions during the interview.
The first question I always ask is: What are your expectations for the person who is hired?
This key question will create a clear picture of what to expect from the job day to day - and if you really want to work there. Here are the top 20 questions to ask during an interview.
If you ever see a job opportunity, and someone is asking you for money, it's time to RUN!
Legitimate companies would never ask you to pay 💸 for the chance to join their company. It's probably a scam. (like 💯%)
One mindset is: DON’T THROW SPAGHETTI AT THE WALL
What does this mean? Those who have been out of the workforce for a prolonged period may feel tempted to respond to a large quantity of postings in hopes that they get a response.
Instead you can ask yourself: "What organizations would I love to join? What impact do I want to make in that organization? How do I align my transferable skills to that role? How do I package myself as that candidate that they must interview?”
A recent study found that 41% of workers, worldwide, were considering quitting or changing professions this year. That's a lot!
Four signs that you should shift to a new job include:
- Lack of remote working
- No flexibility
- Little attention paid to mental health
- No autonomy
A great quote from this article is, "If you feel that you’re not getting a fair deal in your current job, then don’t be afraid to shop around. A hiring market in favor of job seekers means you might get what you’ve always wished for."