Always prepare questions for the interviewer. Below are some ideas of questions you can ask.
At this stage, you should aim to get a sense for what the position entails.
Other questions to ask vary from employer to employer. If you have thoroughly researched the company, targeted questions on new products, marketing strategies, or organizational challenges are acceptable.
At this level, the company is interested in gaining more specific information on your background and abilities. Likewise, you need to learn as much as possible about your potential employer. Prepare insightful questions that reflect your knowledge of the industry and the specific employer.
Some companies require three or more interviews to evaluate candidates. If this occurs, you are certainly a candidate that the company is seriously considering for employment. This is the time to ask any final questions concerning the organization. Focus on topics that have come up during previous interviews. At this point, the issues of salary and benefits will most likely be mentioned. If the employer does not bring it up, you may. Phrasing it in relation to a salary range is acceptable.
Many of your questions at this stage will depend on individual research and areas of concern. Generally, insightful, well-thought-out questions that demonstrate your knowledge are the key. If you need assistance in formulating questions, stop by Career Services, GSU 207 and schedule an appointment to meet with a Career Advisor.