Gauge Workplace Enthusiasm By Asking These Questions At Job Interviews

A good way to assess how excited you'll be to work somewhere is by seeing how excited current employees are about their work. With that in mind, code blog Runtime Era suggests that you ask interviewers about what projects they enjoyed working on the most.

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The work itself doesn't even have to be thrilling, as long as the people are:

Nobody wants to work on uninteresting things with uninteresting people. I want to know if the work is compelling and if the team finds it compelling. Even if the work doesn't sound too exciting, if the interviewer is genuinely enthusiastic about it, I'll be more interested to explore it. Passion and interest in work is always impressive.

We've written lots on how asking your own questions at the end of an interview can help you find out if a job is a good fit for you. Remember, a good interview works both ways.

Hit the link for a few more questions you may want to consider asking during the interview process.

My Interview Questions for Potential Employers [Runtime Era]


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