For example, you’re not going to ask questions that have already been addressed during the interview and you’ll definitely not ask questions that you can find the answer to with a little bit of research, like “What does this company do?”
The questions you can’t answer on your own are the ones you need to ask in the interview! You should also know who you’re going to interview with and choose the questions that are appropriate to them.
I can’t stress enough how important it is that you turn your interview into a two-sided conversation, by asking your interviewer important and smart questions. Not only will this show them that you are interested and serious about the position, but it will also help you determine if the company and position are a good fit for you.
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