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The internet, LinkedIn, even this blog is full of interviewing advice, from how to shake hands properly (always firmly, standing if you can), to Buzzfeed-type articles (“Top 5 Questions You Should NEVER Ask”), to how to dress for the occasion (always a little more formal than the workplace seems to be). However, we have noticed there is one area that is sorely under-addressed – how to end the interview.
Towards the end of an interview, there is typically a time when the recruiter or hiring manager asks you “So do you have any questions for me?” This signals the winding down of the conversation. The interviewer has asked all the questions they want and they are turning it over to you, but make no mistake – they are still gathering information on you. The interview is not over yet!
This is a crucial time for you to leave a strong lasting impression with the company or interviewer. So let’s start off with what you shouldn’t do. You should not say: