More often than not, how you convey your value and abilities can determine whether you end up at the top of the consideration set of a job interview. If you are prepared, can tell compelling stories of your career, and chemically connect with the hiring managers, more than likely you have struck a resonant tone for a positive outcome.
To cement that connection and fully bond with your job suitor, what you ask can also contribute greatly to the interview and a positive reaction to your candidacy. One of the many young brilliant folks with whom I have connected, Ethan Wilson, has done some great due diligence and come up with a list of questions that are both smart and savvy. Often what you ask can directly communicates to the hiring executives what are your critical thinking skills, how you strategize about issues, and what are your interests and passions.
Bottom line is the quality of the questions asked may make the difference in whether you get an offer. And what is learned from the answers will also give you great clues to whether it is a good fit. So consider these: