You probably know that most interviews end with the question, “Is there anything you’d like to ask me now?” But you might now know that this question is commonly used by hiring managers to determine how well you’ll fit with the company.
For example, answering, “No, I have no questions” could signal to an interviewer that you lack enthusiasm, thoughtfulness, and an understanding of all that was discussed in the interview.
So, what’s the best question to ask at the end of an interview that will not only show off your energy and thoughtfulness but also your desire to work for the company? Below are some guidelines with respect to coming up with questions that will help you get the information you want—and give you the best chance of getting hired.
What NOT to ask
What to ask
As a final note, no matter what you choose to ask, remember to keep it professional and express your enthusiasm. Your last question could very well be the final deciding factor for landing your dream job.
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