23 questions you should never ask at the end of a job interview
When you have the floor, you'll want to take full advantage of the opportunity to show that you've done your homework and determine if the job is a good fit.But it's imperative that you put just as much thought into what you ask as you do your responses to their questions. That's because your queries may reflect your knowledge of the company, work ethic, level of professionalism, and interest in the role.
"The sole purpose of the interview is to determine if you are a good fit for the company, and if it's a good fit for you," she says. "All the other issues and concerns should be addressed during negotiations after the job offer has been made."Here are 23 questions you'll want to avoid during the first job interview, as they may do more harm than good:
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