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14dc20 95-46994 CIP For information on distribution or quantity discount rates, contact the Sales Department, IMPACT PUBLICATIONS, 9104-N Manassas Drive, Manassas Park, VA 22111-5211, Tel 703/361-7300, Fax 703/335-9486. Distributed to the trade by National Book Network, 4720 Boston Way, Suite A, Lanham, MD 20706, Tel. 301/459-8696 or 800/462-6420. Page vii Dedicated in Memory of my cousins Jonathan and David Green Page ix Contents Chapter 1 Your New Job Depends on the Questions You Ask 1 Chapter 2 What You Should Ask and Why 6 Chapter 3 The Job: 40 Questions You Could Ask 15 Chapter 4 The Company: 40 Questions You Could Ask 47 Chapter 5 The Industry or Profession: 10 Questions You Could Ask 78 Chapter 6 External Influences: 10 Questions You Could Ask 89 Chapter 7 Closing: The One Question You Should Always Ask 100 Chapter 8 Quick Research to Give Your Questions the Greatest Impact 108 Index 117 Page 1 1 Your New Job Depends on the Questions You Ask Why do most employment interviewers invite the interviewee to ask questions?
Or Q. If you had an ideal candidate, what skills and personal qualities would that person have? or Q. What would it take to exceed your expectations for this position. Consistent with Rule #2 (see Chapter 2) you might want to indicate that you have studied the job description as a quick preamble to your question. Q. As I read the job description I noticed that technical skills like computer spread sheets and basic statistics were mentioned first. How significant are interpersonal skills in the mix?
What does this company consider a good absenteeism record? What do you mean by "relocate"? Do you reimburse the cost of getting an MBA? Can you tell me about your retirement plan? In this chapter we looked at topics you should ask about and why. We also discussed five rules for asking a question and a litmus test to determine if the question should be asked at all. In the next five chapters we will look at 100 questions you could askand one question you should always ask. Page 15 3 The Job: 40 Questions You Could Ask All your questions should show in some way that you are a high quality candidate for the job.