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I m glad we agree I feel that way, too So I am certainly interested in receiving your strongest offer But I must issue a fair warning You are on dangerous ground here Your decision to ask for the job must be pitch-perfect Before asking for the job, you must have created a good rapport with your interviewer, established that you are a good fit for the job, and extracted at least some expression of interest from the interviewer Your timing must be so perfect the interviewer could set her watch by it In other words, unless you have a high degree of confidence about each of these points, I wouldn t take a chance It s a risky move for two reasons: First, while asking a prospect to say yes to an order for a gross of pens with the business s logo emblazoned on them might occasionally get the prospect to sign on the bottom line, it s highly unlikely that you will actually get a hiring manager to say, Sure, you want the job You got it! When can you start Even the hiring manager has a process to go through and must consult with others Still, asking for the job might move you up in the crowd And second, it might blow you out of the water That s because in contemporary American business culture, asking for something as important as a job is loaded with a lot of emotional baggage It s
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What do you see in me What are my strongest assets and possible weaknesses Do you have any concerns that I need to clear up in order to be the top candidate
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A totally confident question that asks the hiring manager to encapsulate your qualifications It concludes with a strong bid for action
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You know, this position sounds like it s something I d really like to do Is there a fit here
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I like this formulation because it expresses interest, indicates a desire for action, and asks for the job informally
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very much like talking about money Talking directly about money is taboo Everyone knows it s the most important part of the conversation in a job interview, yet the pretense we all have about money relegates it to the end, almost as if money were an afterthought So it is with the business of directly asking for a job Still, the benefits usually outweigh the risks If your tone is pitch-perfect and your timing is right, asking for the job will help differentiate your credentials from the crowd, reinforce your value proposition, and in extremely rare cases, even land you an offer on the spot
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WHAT RECRUITERS THINK
Asking for the job directly is tricky, and there s some disagreement from recruiters and job coaches Some consider asking for the job assertive; others think it cheeky or smacking of desperation My personal preference is to err on the side of being assertive The meek may, as the Bible says, inherit the earth, but they don t necessarily get jobs As always, you have to use your radar and trust your instincts It s good to be direct when asking for the job, says Tony Stanic, resource manager at CNC Global, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada I think it is good to come across as enthusiastic and direct as possible The person that appears to want the job the most will get the offer Try to find out their level of interest in you by asking them directly Stanic has been impressed with candidates who could deliver lines such as: Do you feel that I am suitable for the position Do you have any reservations about my ability to do this job Don t be afraid to ask these questions, Stanic continues You may be able to overcome any objections that they may have It may feel a bit uncomfortable but it s better to find out what their concerns are than it is to find out that you did not get the job Asking for the job can be a crucial factor in the interviewer s decision-making process There s a fine line between confidence and arrogance, says KnowledgePoint s HR director, Rich Franklin To be successful in some jobs, you need to be pushy and demonstrate in the job interview how aggressively you can sell For example, Franklin recruited stockbrokers for Dean Witter for 10 years before he joined KnowledgePoint Stockbrokers, of course, are salespeople who sell securities One question from a sales candidate that that impressed him was: I m the person for the job! Can you tell me when you can make me an offer In the software industry where things are more laid back, Franklin continues, I d be a little less comfortable with a guy coming on that strong
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