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The Post-Interview Question(s)

February 2015

It’s common knowledge that asking questions at the end of a job interview is smart and—more often than not—an unspoken rule of job-seeking. Bringing insightful, sharp questions to ask your hiring manager is a great way to convey your interest in the role while also learn something new about the organization. Though you likely know that you should ask a question, how do you know how many to ask?

This month's InnerView Career Q&A column covers the types of questions to ask and also avoid post-interview, in addition to how many to ask. None will likely work against you, but too many can backfire. So where’s the balance?

Q: How many questions should I ask after the interview? Is there a possibility that too many questions (even though they’re reasonable) are excessive? –Anonymous

A: There’s a fine line here. On one hand, I understand why you’d want to ask more than one or two. You want to seem engaged and interested in the opportunity. Maybe you only had a single question in mind before the interview but came up with more that you realized you wanted to ask by the end.

A short and sweet answer, to start: one or two is fine, no more.



Nurys Harrigan is president of Careers In Nonprofits, the experts in nonprofit staffing and recruiting with offices in Chicago and Washington, D.C.

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