It seems many jobseekers have a collective distain for one faithful question that comes at the end of every job interview: do you have any questions for me?
We’ve all been there. We’ve studied the questions, and rehearsed our answers, but this question is always the tried-and-true curveball. And how you choose to answer could score you some major brownie points. Liza Kirpatrick, a director at the Kellogg School of Management’s Career Management Center, has ten years of experience as a recruiter. Here are some of the questions she says will show the interviewer you mean business.