You’re almost finished with an incredible interview. It went so well that you already have a feeling that you’ll hear something back soon. As your potential employer finishes wrapping things up, they ask you, “Do you have any questions for us?”
You hesitate. You already answered everything they wanted to know. Therefore, you say, “No, I don’t think so.” It may seem polite to turn down the question. You might even want the interviewer to think you’ve done all your research; you know everything there is to know about the position and the company. However, employers want to hear your questions as long as they are relevant.
Prepare two to three unique interview questions to ask an employer at the end of the interview. Try avoiding yes or no questions or questions that are clearly answered on the company’s website. Relevant questions not discussed in the interview imply that you took an active interest in the position.
Here are sample questions to ask: