Answered by Traci, Hiring Expert at Accenture, on Friday, April 1, 2016
Depending on the structure of your interview, the end of an interview is either the time to ask all of the questions you have prepared, if you haven’t yet been given the opportunity, or the new questions you now have after having learned more in the process. You have most likely done your homework and have questions ready about the role you are interviewing for, but at the end of your interview it’s a great idea to determine fit. “What do you/did you see in my background that you think makes me a fit for this position?”, is a great question to ask that allows you to reiterate and expand upon why you are a great fit, especially given some of the new details you have gained from the interview you can now tie them to. Some other great things to ask include questions that allow you to learn more about company culture, how work is accomplished (individual v. team), and how you would interact with your manager. Remember, not only are they determining your fit for the role you’re interviewing for, but you’re also determining if you can be successful in the role!