Congratulations! You've just completed a grueling interview in which you answered some of the most probing and thought-provoking questions about yourself that anyone has ever asked. But your answer to one final, seemingly innocuous question could blow it all
Interviewer: “Do you have any questions for me?”
You: “Uh, no. I believe you've answered any questions. Thank you.”
At best, this answer is a polite way to end the interview. At worst (and more likely), this answer may be construed as a cop out that demonstrates a lack of intellectual curiosity, preparation, and interest in the company or the job!
Always be prepared with a few questions to ask at the end of the interview. It's likely that the interviewer may have answered many of your questions during the interview without you even having to ask them. And ideally, you've had several opportunities to ask questions and engage ...