10 questions you should not ask at the end of any interview
There is a growing competition for the jobs in the job market. Every interview is an important aspect in the career journey of a job seeker. It is most common phenomenon that every interviewer asks the question that “Do you have any questions for me?". We may come across many do’s and don’ts during the interview. Here are few questions that you should not ask at the end of the interview.
Did I get the job?
This question makes the interviewee appear impatient.
I heard this rumour about the CEO. Is it true?
It is not advisable that you should never bring gossip into job interview. It's not professional.
What are the benefits like?
You can ask this question at the end of the interview when you are offered with a job letter.
What does your company do?
This question makes you project as you are unprepared for the interview. Knowing more details about a company will showcase that you are very much interested for the job.
Do you monitor emails or internet usage?
This question will raise red flags, something you don’t want to do in the interview.
Do you check social-media accounts?
It may raise a doubt that there may be any suspicious activities on social media account.
Will I have to work long hours?
Questions about hours and extra work imply that you are hoping to work as little as possible.
What happens if I don't get along with my boss or co-workers?
The interviewer may assume that you're difficult to work with.
How quickly could I be considered for a promotion?
This question implies that you are not interested in the position for which you are applying, and that you are merely waiting to move on to something better.
How soon can I take a vacation?
Asking about time off before getting a job offer implies that you are not going to be a fully committed employee.
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