“Do you have any questions?” If you’ve found yourself with the flop sweats, staring bug-eyed at the hiring manager after hearing this question, you’re not alone. This typical interview closer is meant to allow you to learn more specifics about the position and the company, but it’s also a test. You’ve got a relatively small window to give the hiring manager a peek into what drives you, what’s important to you and even what you hope to achieve. Whatever you do, make sure you have some final questions prepared. Asking nothing in the end will make you look unprepared or dim.Conselium Executive Search, the global leader in compliance search.
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