“So, do you have any questions for me?”
The interview is almost over, and you’ve nailed every question the hiring manager has asked. But don’t brush off this last one as a formality.
“If an applicant doesn’t have any questions for me, that’s a red flag,” explains Angela Smith , a recruiter. “I’m thinking that they either don’t care or can’t be bothered to do research about my company.”
Almost as bad as not asking interview questions is asking one that could be answered by looking at the job description or company website.
So what should you ask to impress the hiring manager and end the interview on a high note?
We’re glad you asked.