Consider your list of questions—the ones you plan to ask the interviewer—as your protective shield throughout the job search process.
By asking questions, you're not only setting the boundaries for your potential new job but also preventing the formation of assumptions that could lead to dissatisfaction.
It's a way to demonstrate both your intellectual and emotional intelligence, showcasing your experience and professionalism.
Keep your list easily accessible to ensure your key questions are top-of-mind and practice asking them. Treat it like your security blanket—have it with you during the interview to bolster your confidence.