Have you got any questions?
Interviewers often ask this at the end of the interview and it’s a good idea to have something up your sleeve. You may feel that all your questions have been answered at some point during the interview but try to ask some, if only to show enthusiasm and interest.
Some potential questions could include:
If I were successful, what would the main focus of the role be in the first few months.
What are the opportunities for career progression within the company.
What are the key plans for the company in the year ahead.
Avoid asking questions very basic questions that you should already know the answer to and this is definitely not the place to ask about the salary or perks – you can ask that when they offer you the job.