The interviewer asks you, "Do you have any questions for me?"


You say ... "Yes!"


This is the easiest interview question out there. Always say yes。


Asking questions shows that you're interested in the job. It also gives you a chance to show how knowledgeable you are about the position and the industry. Most important, it lets you highlight why you're the perfect candidate。


You have to choose your questions carefully, though, depending on who's doing the interview. An excellent question for a recruiter might be inappropriate for an executive. And you don't want to ask your potential boss something that's best suited for a future coworker。


Also, there are certain questions you should never ask early in the interview process -- no matter whom you're meeting. Don't ask about salary, vacation, 401(k) or anything else that might make you seem more interested in the compensation than the company。


This article shares questions appropriate for every type of interviewer。


The Recruiter: The 'Big Picture' Person


It's the recruiter's job to identify strong candidates and guide them through the hiring process. Think of the recruiter as the "big picture" person. They can give you an overview of the company and the department as a whole. (Save very specific questions about the job for the hiring manager。) The recruiter is also the best person to answer questions about the hiring process。


Some questions to ask the recruiter:


* How would you describe the company culture?

* What type of employees tend to excel at this company?

* Can you tell me more about the interview process?

* 你怎样形容这家公司的企业文化?

* 什么类型的员工能在这家公司有比较好的发展?

* 能给我多讲讲招聘程序吗?