Question: Do you have any question(s) to ask us?
This is often the last question in the interview.
After asking you some questions, the panel wants to know if you have any questions you would like to ask them.
It is the expectation of the panel that you will have a question or questions so it is good to prepare a question or questions to ask. Asking a question is a sign that you are interested in the job or institution concerned. Make sure the question or questions you ask are related to the relevant position or institution.
Do not use this as an opportunity to show off your knowledge by asking questions to limit the panel. Ask a question that you really have no information about and make sure the question is relevant to the job/organization.
-What are upcoming projects in this department?
-What do you like most about working here?
– What are the career opportunities available in this organization?
-How would you describe your organizational culture?
Two to three questions are enough.
Don’t think you are the interviewer by starting down the chain of questions.