Things You Shouldn’t Be Afraid To Ask During A Job Interview

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What are the demographics here?

How diverse is the staff? Do people have families? Are people mostly recent college graduates? Are they individuals who are a bit older? This can be a further predictor of the workplace culture. If you find that many of the employees have families, that can speak to the company’s ability to offer work-life balance. Busy parents who want to have dinner with their kids don’t typically flock to companies that keep everyone working long hours. If everyone is a recent college graduate, and you are too, you may like feeling that you’re working with a group with a similar worldview, and who you may know for your entire working career after meeting at a young age. Want to work amongst a diverse group of people? Don’t be afraid to ask the questions you need to.

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