What to do when an interviewer invites follow-up questions

08/9/2013 | Ask A Manager blog

You shouldn't feel that your interviewer expects follow-up questions if they say something like "feel free to e-mail me," Alison Green writes. It's fine if you do have a burning question. "But no one -- no one -- who says this means, 'Good candidates will have questions before their interview, so I expect to receive yours soon,'" Green writes.

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