Top 7 Questions To Ask Your Interviewer [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 3 years ago in

Questions you can ask the people who are questioning you.
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Male 2,670
"I believe I may have inadvertently allowed a small snake to escape during our interview. There is no known anti-venom or treatment for its bite. Have a lovely day."
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Male 1,421
Interviewers that have spent two week browsing thru some psychology sites are the worst..
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Male 1,421
These questions are all from high paying jobs, not the lowlife janitorial or selling burgers jobs... Gerry is right, that hypocrisy is awful, both sides pretend like it`s your lifelong dream to shovel crap and theirs to provide that crap to you. If i get so far that i`m interviewed, chances are very high that i land that job, i excel in those situations. Hmm, come to think of it, i do ask questions a lot. They often give out these clever loaded questions that they think are clever but actually are vague at best and the answer is something like "apple".. i hate those and try not to answer the question but find the reasoning behind it, why is that question there... Or i just lie well ;)
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Male 369
Frankly, I think most people interviewing would find these questions impertinent and it could reflect badly.
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Male 1,243
A job is just a job, this level of bullpoo just serves to keep people thinking what they do is the balls when in fact it`s all just a means to an end.
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Male 701
and lastely ask: "did you just fart?"
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Male 291
@Melcervini...."uhhhh doing your......son?"

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Male 39,614

Human Resources is the boil on the butt of humanity. Their sole job is to complicate a simple thing. Match people to jobs they are qualified for. But HR want`s "People passionate about the Janitorial Industry".... as if anyone ever was?!

HR sucks out loud
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Male 39,614

CaptKangaroo is my pimp daddy
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Male 3,117
No Gerry, by your philosophy, I`m a pimp.
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Male 5,796
One that was asked where I work was "Do you prosecute?"
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Female 4,207
Don`t say "doing your wife" Don`t say "doing your wife" Don`t say "doing your wife"!
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Male 39,614

HR [quote]"Where do you see yourself in 5 years?"[/quote]
Me [quote]"Winning the lottery and laughing at your sorry wage-slave ass"[/quote]
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Male 1,745
Except for #3, I think I`d appreciate that.
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Male 1,745
I`m with Gerry on this, ask these questions to HR and other peripheral people., HR likes to make the entire thing into a big production. I can`t stand dorks that ask questions like this when I`m interviewing.
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Male 39,614

@ CaptKangaroo - yes you are right. It`s nice to like where you work and the people you work with. But when HR asks "Where do you see yourself in 5 years" does nothing to predict how happy you will be.

Bottom line, CaptKangaroo, no matter how much you like working there, if they don`t pay you you`re gone. You, like me, are a whore who is only interested in the paycheck. It`s nice if the John is cute, but we can do ugly if we have to.
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Male 675
Gerry said it best. Quit overthinking poo. Most people apply to most companies because they need a f#@k!ng income.
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Male 2,578
CaptKangaroo - that is also true. The difference is that you really can`t know that stuff BEFORE the interview. You have know way of knowing whether or not you believe in the company`s core message or agree with its management style if you`re just some joe shmo applicant. It`s something you kind of have to experience first-hand to know if it`s an environment for you.
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Male 2,578
These are excellent questions, I wish I had these way back when.

But yeah Gerry`s on point, I remember my first big time interview in the Financial District of NYC. I basically just wanted a job, but she was asking me, "Who am I? What have I done? Why am I important?" The thing is, I DID google her, I just knew that her sister had a DUI. Everything else was trivial.

And then she gave a speech about how she wants someone who believes in the company`s stupid goal, not somebody who "just wants a job."

Not everyone can be an ambassador to Norway, most people just want jobs to have jobs.
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Male 3,117
@Gerry- not true.
When people like where they work, when they feel the owner/management really listens and works in their favor,when employees feel they actually make a difference within the company and for customers/consumers, they can be fiercely loyal to the company.
I see this attitude in most of my employees.
It`s not the norm, I agree- but I don`t believe I`m the only job provider getting it right.
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Male 39,614

Example of how HR overthinks everything. You need an accountant who gives a flying fig if he`s seen your facebook page. If he`s qualified to crunch numbers then give him the job. Stop expecting people to be in love your company...it` aint happening.

We`re all just whore, we`re only there for the money.
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Female 8,043
Link: Top 7 Questions To Ask Your Interviewer [Pic] [Rate Link] - Questions you can ask the people who are questioning you.
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