At the end of an interview, the interviewer often asks the candidate, "what else do you want to ask me?" There are four reasons why different interviewers have different motives to ask this sentence.
Out of politeness, ask casually. Many times, when the interviewer says this sentence, it means that you "passed the interview". And then I'll ask you this again, just to mention it casually and end it by the way. Anyway, he interviewed you for a long time. Out of courtesy, he also gave you a chance. He asked casually, but you can't answer casually. Think about your concerns. It's also a good opportunity for you to get to know the company and show yourself. Don't waste it.
2 考察求職者的關注點 越來越多的面試官把“你還有什么問題想問我”當做后一道面試題，考察求職者關注什么，借以了解他的求職動機，還能判斷他的性格、格局、價值觀。有的求職者問的是關于薪酬福利、加班、休假的問題，可以看出他很在意眼前的個人利益；有的求職者問的是公司發展前景，崗位上升空間，可以看出他比較有上進心。誰都喜歡一個積極上進，而不是上來就談報酬、對個人利益看得很重的求職者。
More and more interviewers regard "what else do you want to ask me" as the next interview question to investigate the concerns of job seekers, so as to understand their job hunting motivation and judge their personality, pattern and values. Some job seekers ask about salary and welfare, overtime work and vacation, which shows that he is very concerned about his immediate personal interests; some job seekers ask about the company's development prospects and the rising space of his position, which shows that he is more self-motivated. Everyone likes a job seeker who is positive and self-motivated, rather than just talking about remuneration and paying great attention to personal interests.
3 檢測求職者對這份工作的態度和重視程度 只有對一個行業、一家公司、一個崗位有足夠深入的了解，才能提問出有深度的問題。當你真的渴望能夠獲得這份工作，必定背后會做好充足的準備。你的態度，就藏在你的問題的深度里。
Test the attitude and attention of job seekers to this job. Only when they have enough in-depth understanding of an industry, a company and a position, can they ask in-depth questions. When you really want to get the job, you will be well prepared. Your attitude lies in the depth of your problem.
4 給求職者一次展示的機會 因為面試時間有限，短短的30分鐘、1小時里很難全 面了解求職者。很有可能因為求職者緊張等原因，他在面試中沒能很好展現自己。于是，面試官再給求職者一個展現自我的機會，對求職者進行進一步考察。所以，你一定要抓住這次的機會，通過提問來凸顯你的能力和態度。千萬不要說“我沒有問題了”。
Give the job seeker a chance to show. Because the interview time is limited, it is difficult to fully understand the job seeker in a short 30 minutes or an hour. It's very likely that because of the job seeker's nervousness and other reasons, he didn't show himself well in the interview. Therefore, the interviewer will give the job seeker a chance to show himself and further investigate the job seeker. Therefore, you must seize this opportunity to highlight your professional ability and attitude by asking questions. Never say "I have no problem.".
For example, you can ask: what difficulties may you encounter in doing this job? Do you think my experience and ability are not in line with the company's expectations? Is there anything I need to strengthen? Well prepare 1-2 good questions, do not send points into a proposition. Job hunting is a two-way choice. You and the company are equal. Don't miss your valuable opportunity to ask questions. Take advantage of it to find out if it's the job you want. I wish you an early and exciting offer!