I encounter many candidates who don’t have many—or even any—questions when I ask what I can answer for them. Your interviewer wants to know that you’re interested in the details of the job, the department, your prospective supervisor’s management style, and the culture of the organization. Otherwise, you risk signaling that you’re either not that interested or just haven’t thought very much about it.
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