The job interview is a very stressful moment in time, not just for the person hoping to land a new job, but also for the employee or employees who need to vet them.
The point of an interview isn’t just about seeing if a person’s qualifications are a match — their resume should help answer that question. It’s also about evaluating a person’s cultural fit and determining if they really have a grasp on the job they are hoping to receive.
A really good interview is like a slow dance, where the person being interviewed takes the lead and turns around the conversation so the employer is excited to share information that could help them answer questions with certainty.
If you ask the wrong interview questions your potential employer might think you are lazy, unprepared, or ultimately not very interested in the job at hand.
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