In her book “301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions,” Vicky Oliver writes that at the beginning of her career she “learned the hard way to always come prepared with questions.”
“A successful job interview is simply a productive conversation. Sometimes, depending on the personality of your future employer, this conversation may seem somewhat one-sided. For these situations you should arrive with an arsenal of questions to ask — just in case.”
An important theme underpinning these interview questions is: Research. By doing your company research, the questions should become more in depth and relevant to the person interviewing you. Not only that, but you may even come up with answers to some questions you run into. Not only will they be impressed, but it’ll also give you a head start on these problems when you’re hiring. It shows that you want to be an eager contributor to the team. Good luck!