The questions that you, the job seeker, ask in an interview can make or break your chances of getting hired. But many job seekers, new and old, make the rookie mistake of asking the questions below. Are you making that mistake?
Don’t ask these questions during an interview:
“Are You Going To Check My Facebook?”
This question is akin to asking if the employer drug tests – the fact that you’re even asking implies you’re guilty, even if you’re not. By asking this question you’ve already planted the seed in the hiring manager’s mind. Soon enough, she might find herself wondering what you have to hide. To find out, she heads over to Twitter where she reads a slew of unbecoming tweets and, before you know it, you’re out of the running for the job.
“What Are The Company Perks?”
If the company has great perks, the hiring manager will probably bring them up to impress you. If perks aren’t brought up, be patient and wait to ask about them until you’re offered the job. As much as you might want a company smartphone and laptop