"So, do you have any questions for me?" Just about every interview these days ends with this question, and your answer should always be an emphatic "Yes, I'm glad you asked." By the time you've reached the interview process, you've shown that your strengths are aligned with the company's needs. If you do not have smart questions prepared, you run the risk of the interviewer assuming you are not interested or haven't bothered to prepare. Your opportunity to ask questions usually comes at the end of the interview. You should prepare at least two questions that demonstrate your interest in the position, your drive to excel in the role, and the fact that you've done some homework by researching

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