That moment when you're asked "So do you have any questions" in a job interview can often be awkward. Here's one useful possibility: Who succeeds in this position?
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Career coaches Katharine S. Brooks and Lynn Taylor tell Business Insider that this question has several advantages. As well as demonstrating an enthusiasm for the role, it identifies qualities that will be important — qualities you can then explain that you have. It also gives you an early benchmark for if you'll succeed in the role.
Here's The One Question You Should Ask In Every Job Interview [Business Insider]