When helping clients prepare for interviews, we spend most of our time scripting, crafting, pretending, imagining what the interviewer will ask us. Indeed this process is crucial to a successful event, however, equally important is the candidate asking questions to the interviewer.
I remind my clients that yes, the host interviewer is seeking the best candidate for the vacancy, but the candidate is also shopping, per se, for the best career solution.
Just because you were chosen from hundreds or thousands of applicants, does not mean you are the best one for this job, or that you even want the position.
Here is a good read by Jeff Haden, who shares his abundance on all angles of the job search process.