What type of questions should I ask on a job interview?
Every time I have a job interview the interviewer always ask, "Do you have any questions"? Usually they answer all my questions during the interview so I never have many questions maybe two or three. The interview is for a position in the hospital. What should I ask them? Also if the ask me what are my weakness, what do I say, How do I answer that? I don't want to tell them I have problems with my attendances.
Asked By: TINKY TOT - 7/13/2008
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Answered By: tiero416 - 7/13/2008
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Generally the questions from you are about clarity on the position itself . . . and any personal concerns that you may have about the work itself. In the weakness area . . . always a good idea to tell the truth ~ should you be hired; they'd find out eventually.
Answered By: Brenda M - 7/13/2008
You should ask questions because it is their way of seeing your interest level in the job. You should prepare some questions beforehand, and yes many times your questions will be answered during the interview before you get to ask them... More
Answered By: michelle - 7/13/2008
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