“Do you have any questions for me?”
Interviewers inevitably ask this question at the end of every job interview.
Depending on how well you, the interviewee, have prepared, this question will either make you panic or excited to impress.
An infographic from CareerBliss lists seven questions you should ask at a job interview that will help you land the gig. Here are a few examples:
“What is the question you really want to ask me, but haven’t?”: If the interviewer has a concern about your resume, work history, skills, etc., this question allows you to immediately address it.
“I was looking at your social media presence, and can see that your brands have been more active over the past few months. Has your strategy changed?”: Asking this question shows you’ve done your research and are already imagining yourself in the role.
“What would make someone really successful in this role?”: Posing this question tells the interviewer you want to do well, and are excited to prove it.
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For more ideas, take a look at the graphic: