When your interviewer wraps up your job interview by asking if you have any questions, you might think that he or she is finished assessing you, but that's not quite the case. Interviewers draw conclusions about you based on the questions you ask—or don't ask. You don't want to give the impression that you're not very interested in the job, or that you're only concerned about the compensation. Instead, ask about the work, company, and team. Here are 10 great questions for your interviewer:
The article goes on to explore a number of questions, including:
How will the success of the person in this position be measured?
How would you describe the culture here? What type of people tend to really thrive, and what type don't do as well?
Are there any reservations you have about my fit for the position that I could try to address?