You may not have any questions to ask in an interview. You might be genuinely happy with everything that you have heard during the meeting and felt that there is nothing you want to ask.
But is this always the best approach to take? Think about it from the standpoint of the employer/recruiter.
Do they want you to have questions to ask? Generally speaking, most likely.
It shows a genuine interest in the position. It can help demonstrate that you are seriously considering the role and that you have paid attention to what has mentioned to you and you have a sound knowledge of the position thus far.
Asking questions such as:
What is the workplace culture like?
What would you expect the prospective candidate to deliver in this role?
Are there any challenges that may be faced in this role?
Are there any areas of training/professional development that would make one further excel in this position?
Do you have an interview coming up and would like one-on-one coaching?
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