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When I interview people for a job position, I always ask them if they have any questions for me.
But they rarely have. Some candidates even look surprised.
A job is an economical relationship between you and your manager. What you bring to the table are knowledge, skills, and experience. What your manager offers are a salary, interesting projects, and a great working environment.
Both of you should be asking each other questions!
Here are some questions, off the top of my hat:
Can you think of some more?
Trust in a business environment can only be achieved when both parties in an economical relationship ask the right questions, and give satisfying answers.
Never be the only one to answer questions!
You know what? Next time when you don't ask me questions, I'm not even going to hire you.
(picture by Stefan Baudy)
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