10 Interview Questions for Recent Grads to Ask (or Avoid)

I’m sure it’s happened to you. That moment towards the end of the interview when the interviewer asks if you have any questions and you smile, shrug, and say, “No, I’m all good!” When you prepare for an interview, don’t just prepare for the questions you’ll be asked. There will always be an opportunity for you to ask questions, so be ready. Interviews are meant to be a two way conversation. Always jump at the chance to ask your interviewer more about the job or company. By doing so, you’ll look more interested and prepared for the job, and you’ll also gain a better understanding of the position and whether or not it would be a good fit for you. Not all questions, however, are good questions. In fact, asking one ignorant question could kill your chances of getting the job no matter how well the rest of the interview goes. To help you distinguish good questions from bad ones, we’ve put together a guide of interview questions for recent grads to ask when you’re in the hot seat. These interview questions for recent grads will help you stand out from the pack and ultimately, get hired. Check it out here.

Kristen Hamilton is the Co-Founder and CEO of Koru, the leader in predictive hiring. As a technology entrepreneur and executive with a passion for impact, Kristen has a successful track record driving value for customers and investors. She co-founded e-commerce pioneer Onvia and took it public in 2000. Kristen built the organization to 500 people, raised over $300 million of investment capital, and led the M&A team to acquire and integrate four private companies in two years. Kristen then shifted focus to education and talent acquisition, as head of educator strategy at Microsoft, and COO of World Learning, where she ran operations in 66 countries.

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