Good interview is a 2-way conversation: have a chat about where your CV match with the job description, remove any ambiguity and build based on what you and the interviewer had talked about.
Not asking questions when offered to, may be appealing to some employers; but it more cases the interviewee may be perceived as unprepared or disinterested. It is the employer’s opportunity to get to know you, but it is also your chance to get to know them and the job better.
The best questions are the ones based on the conversation that you just had. Make sure you have a couple of interchangeable questions in your head (based on your research) prior to the interview – most of the time you’d only be able to use one or two of the questions – don’t stress if you don’t feel any of the questions you had prepared are suitable – you can always ask about the company culture or how the job became available as a backup, then up the conversation from the “Big Picture Perspective”.
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