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8 Smart Questions To Ask Hiring Managers In A Job Interview

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Want to know what smart interview questions you should ask hiring managers in a job interview? You're in the right place.

One of the most IMPORTANT job interview questions is actually, "Do you have any questions for me?" Answer it wrong, and you'll DESTROY your chances of getting the job.

Hiring managers expect you to have interview questions of your OWN when you come in for a job interview. It shows that you value yourself enough to make sure this company is the right fit for you.

In this tutorial, career expert J.T. O'Donnell reveals eight smart questions you should ALWAYS ask during job interviews...

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Rasta Blackbeard . 2019-01-16
Would it look bad if I came to the interview with my question written down?
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Todd Rios . 2019-03-25
What if you had the interview already, can you call them back ask for another interview or what would be the best result on getting a second interview.
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Irochi . 2019-03-25
I got an advice once; in some companies they do those "trick questions" to measure your reaction and for the interviewet to remain in a position of advantage. In Germany is common to hear the question "what is your biggest weakness"
Friend of mine who wen't through a lot of interviews suggested to start answering something as "My girlfriend; she's on charge at home" to dismiss the tension with a note of humor and then add "But in a serious note... I guess it's impatience" Since Impatience is not perceived as something negative in corporate environments.
What are your though about this? To me it makes sense, but I don't want to ruin and interview by pulling this card.
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Sarah Chacon . 2019-03-24
I greatly appreciate this video! By the looks of it you have helped quite a few people, including myself! Thank you. @Work It Daily
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Albus . 2019-03-24
Really helpful video - thank you for this
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ShiGuyTV . 2019-03-24
Just got hired as a assistant manager at dominos
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Purpose & Action, LLC . 2019-03-23
Great ideas presented at a great understandable pace!
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Malinda Janelle . 2019-03-22
I asked the Ceo and Founder “what’s the company’s biggest challenge and how will my role help overcome that challenge?” He was stunned. He said “That’s a great question”, and took a while to think
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Shweta Kalariya . 2019-03-22
Recently I asked, what do you expect me to do in initial couple of months? I didn't get the job but the interviewer was impressed
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universe artist . 2019-03-22
very helpful tips but you talk way soooo fast!
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Anonymous Raccoon . 2019-03-22
I totally missed this part so I left without asking questions during my interview. Though, I still feel that I'll get that 2nd interview so I'm pretty sure I did well to impress my hirers.
Is this still applicable during the 2nd interview?
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spxngeek . 2019-03-22
Will someone still hire you if you get expelled or drop out of high school?
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Paul Howard . 2019-03-22
Interview in the morning. Will be using these! Thanks for this content, its been a while since I've interviewed for jobs, so it helps!
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Luis Gonzalez . 2019-03-22
I got a question for you. What happen to your furniture? it seems that you are moving from that space or something
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aigil men . 2019-03-21
I have an interview today and wanted to prepare myself a bit more and so grateful I came across this video. It was the very thing I needed and now looking even more forward to the interview! Thank you so much!
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Boss Life . 2019-03-21
Why am i now finding this?

Thank you for this.
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Mr_K3vin R . 2019-03-21
This is amazing! I have an interview tomorrow! Another tip: I print the job decription and then compare to my resume and make bullet points to bring up during the interview. Thanks for the great video!
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Surya Avantsa . 2019-03-20
Upfront ask them what stood out from my resume that brings me here? To answer that, they have to point out your pluses and start the interview on a great footing.
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Aneena V.S. . 2019-03-20
At the very beginning of the interview they offered me the letterpad and pen. What if i used the letterpad to make notes on the questions they asked , is it sounds awkward?
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Aneena V.S. . 2019-03-20
recently i had an interview , it's a panel interview so obviously i was nervous and they asked " as a professional you need to deal with various departmental staff in the hospital so how did you communicate with them or how did you share communications with stakeholders?" actually how i answered was totally a mess! comment on the better statement for this question. Please
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G Karthik Raja . 2019-03-20
You nailed it!
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Iamreallytwiggy TV . 2019-03-20
These comments are funny 😂 This video is great as well.
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Anna Med . 2019-03-20
Thank you for this video! Really loved some of these questions.
I'm not crazy about that last question though, about what would make me a better candidate. The last thing I want to do is end an interview on a negative note and leave the interviewer thinking about any/ all reasons not to hire me. While I understand the overcoming point, the are some things totally out of your control like your years of experience or what degree you have or some portion of the job that prefers people who've worked with/on something you haven't worked with/on before. It just feels like you're priming their brain to search for what's negative about you and I think that's dangerous territory.
Otherwise the rest of the questions were super helpful and really insightful, thank you!!
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Keslyn Nguyen . 2019-03-20
I also asked them if the area of work is non smoking. I have allergies.
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Keslyn Nguyen . 2019-03-20
Do you think I can bring a pen and notebook to write things down? Sometimes I have too many interviews and I can't remember all.
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Keslyn Nguyen . 2019-03-20
I asked the first two questions. They thought I wanted their jobs and I can tell they don't want me to have potential to replace them. I found out later from someone that I was overqualified.
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Keslyn Nguyen . 2019-03-20
I think I only asked 3 questions. One of the questions, I saw a red flag. When they couldn't decribe what the daily, weekly, or monthly work specifically and specific extra work will be. Since they required me to work on two separate softwares, I asked what are the usual or approximate time I would be on each software. I asked them do I spend "4 hours one and 4 hours the second?" They said they are not sure. I asked them the closing question regarding the next step. They said 3 days to a week, and I followed up. Heard nothing. By the way, I also sent them two Thank you emails one for the first interview and second email for the second interview. It was really weird. I still wanted the job because I know I can do them, they seem very nice to work with, and the benefits are really good, but they did not respond. I was hoping they call, but it's been 3 weeks already. So I decided to move on applying for other jobs. I was so open minded and being respectful, I wish they at least tell me I did not get the job as a courtesy email or phone call.
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Mark Sabadina . 2019-03-19
One of my questions is "Does your company have any programs for training and development". You have some very good tips in this video thank you very much. I have an interview today. Wish Me Luck! :)
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yu ouyang . 2019-03-19
The close one is helpful
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yu ouyang . 2019-03-19
How did you come to work here 😂I never thought I could ask this kind of questions
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Christina Brightful . 2019-03-19
I had an interview with 2 store managers. I asked all 8 questions, they answered 4 a piece. It was great! I feel like I got to know them alot better!! We'll see soon enough if I got the job.......
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conqueringleo . 2019-03-18
Miss, you are ON POINT. I will try these next time.
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Allison Shea . 2019-03-17
Okay..as a hiring manager, I would suggest this..while she has some good suggestions, do not ask these questions in this cookie cutter way. DO YOUR HOMEWORK! Find out about the position first. Look on websites such as Indeed and Glassdoor, and READ THE JOB DESCRIPTION! Remember, there is a time frame in which you are probably interviewing, and you don't want to overstep and take more time that is alloted. I would think twice before asking about "additional skills you might need" because you do not want them to have second thoughts about your qualifications.


So, for example, the last position I was preparing for, I read the job description carefully. I read the reviews. And I had the following questions (as per the job I was interviewing for):


1) Why is this position opened?
2) Is there an IT department, and is it in house or outsourced?
3) How many employees are actually contractors, and what is the process of having them get hired on permanently?
4) Is there an overtime structure for on site employees
5) I read in the description "rental licensing" can you clarify exactly what that would entail?
6) Who will I answer to? (THIS IS A HUGE, IMPORTANT QUESTION!!)
7) What decision making role will I be responsible for and who will my subordinates be?


This is an example, but do your due diligence to make sure you understand the job description, and what your role will be in the company. Read the negative reviews to find out why employees are unhappy and have those issues addressed during the interview.


After finding out this information, do some more investigation to find out if your superiors are people you would be comfortable working with. Investigate the company!


Also keep in mind that most reviews come from disgruntled employees, and many of the good reviews are scripted by the marketing department. So don't take everything at face value. If you happen to know someone who works for the company, reach out to them for better insight!
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stephanie guzman . 2019-03-17
Very helpful, loved it❤️
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Shaun Hollman . 2019-03-16
Thank you so much! I used a few of these questions and the interviewer was so impressed she hired me on the spot despite the line of applicants. This really helped me a lot!
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Mara Rosa . 2019-03-15
I loved it
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jon jon . 2019-03-15
You talk way too fast
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Younus Parvez . 2019-03-15
Great advice. Thanks for this awesome video. One quick question. I have been to a few interviews and every time when the hiring manager opened it up for questions, there was not much time left. What do I do if I have only 5 mins for asking questions?
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Raj Salaria . 2019-03-15
Thanks for sharing these smart 4 C Seems worked for me.Thanks for sharing it.
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Egg Bert . 2019-03-14
Who's got an interview tomorrow
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Jennifer Boorman . 2019-03-14
Everything takes work, it is you who chooses to label it as "hard work" or "easy work" or "not work at all"...mind bending Bam ( in reference to the advert that played before this actual video....Bend Reality Masterclass )
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Paula A. . 2019-03-14
First of all, professional companies will be thrilled that you come prepared with questions. It shows that you care and it is impressive. Second, I recently used that question: tell me about your best hires, what were the skills they brought to the table? I asked this question 6 times that day and each person loved it. Some said it was an excellent question. Looking forward to the next round.
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E L . 2019-03-13
These would be great questions to ask! I think they will help the interviewer/hiring manager to focus more on the candidate.
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Shilla Katusiime . 2019-03-13
Your questions are the best..thank you so much coz I have learnt alot from this
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No Debt But Love . 2019-03-13
Thank you for your insight, this is the best video for this subject on YouTube.
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Farah Bouguerra . 2019-03-13
Very good video thank you!
However,  I would like to ask if it is appropriate to ask "What additional skills do you wish I had that would make me a better fit for this job" in a group interview?
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xDaLiX . 2019-03-12
Hi 🙋🏽‍♀️, Is asking too many questions looked down on?
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lanoxima . 2019-03-12
I think this is the best video in all YouTube about job interviews. I've been applying for the same job (in different places) during three years. After I saw this video, I started following your channel and learning. At the end I got the job. I really think that what made the difference it was my questions at the end of the interview, this made all the change. I don't know how to thank you, and I would recommend to everyone.
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sagaciousid . 2019-03-11
These questions are questions for companies that have quantified HR, and have a well planned out, measurable hiring and promoting process. But at smaller firms or hierarchical organizations these questions miss the mark as hiring managers don’t remember the hiring metric because someone will change it all the time, and there is no consistency. You might say “why then go to such a company?” Well, I might want to pass the interview regardless that’s why. Isn’t that the point of strategy? The bills don’t pay themselves.
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