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Career Tips

118 Powerful Questions to Ask During Your Job Interview

A well asked, thought-provoking question is an effective way to grab the attention of your interviewer. This spark will prove vital when it comes time to make the final decision. Top of mind (for good reasons) is where you always want to be.

Enjoy this impressive list of equally impressive questions. These questions are designed to give you insights into your responsibilities, your co-workers, your boss, and hopefully your future company.

(From the list, I recommend selecting 3-5 questions that mean the most to you.)


Quick Tip - 3 Ways to Perfect Your Networking Abilities

I'm a firm believer that you're only as strong as your network of friends and colleagues. They have the ability to take you to new heights and prevent you from falling to unbelievable lows.

And because of this tremendous value to your life and career, I wanted to give you some insights into how to establish a strong network of your own.


Your First Week of Work: Setting Up for Success

There is no doubt that the first week at a new job is full of emotions (Nervousness, Excitement, Uncertainty, and Joy - Among Many Others). And by all means feel those emotions, experience them and learn from them. You only hinder your success and happiness when you let them rule your first week and you lose sight of your larger career picture.

Of course, keeping your emotions in check that first week is easier said than done, which is why I've put together this insightful little guide highlighting vital tasks to complete and ideas to maintain while you're getting adjusted in that first week.

Remember your emotions will balance out, but the actions you take have a lasting impact. By achieving the following within your first week, you'll be securing your success and happiness for a long time to come.