We have 96 intervals of 15 minutes every day, meaning you have many opportunities to make a difference. Each day this month, I’m giving you a 15-minute project idea. Pick your favorites to improve your day, yourself or your world. I promise you have time for this.
In the last decade, I’ve interviewed over 1000 people. And I’ve discovered a few things that really make the right people stand out. Your job search takes time, but if you organize your methods–you significantly increase your chances to get the job you want and set yourself up for success with your new position.
You’re finishing your interview and the potential employer ends with “What Questions Do You Have For Me?” (Note to potential employers: Ask this question instead of “Do You Have Any Questions?” because it confirms that you, as the employer, know that the interviewee should and does have questions) and you immediately are handed an important moment that can boost or break your interview. Here are a few simple solutions to make the most of this opportunity.