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If you are asking it you should be able to answer it. You are not the only one doing an interview. The candidate (if he is doing it right) will also be interviewing you and your company. You are a future coworker (possibly manager). If I was interviewed and the interviewer couldn't answer "why do you like working here" or something like "You have worked here X years, what about this company keeps you here" I would hold reservations about my future boss. Some of those questions are almost exactly what I asked in my last interviews.

I made the mistake of not interviewing my employer with my first job out of college. I will never, ever, make that mistake again.

If you are asking it you should be able to answer it. You are not the only one doing an interview. The candidate (if he is doing it right) will also be interviewing you and your company. You are a future coworker (possibly manager). If I was interviewed and the interviewer couldn't answer "why do you like working here" or something like "You have worked here X years, what about this company keeps you here" I would hold reservations about my future boss. Some of those questions are almost exactly what I asked in my last interviews.

If you are asking it you should be able to answer it. You are not the only one doing an interview. The candidate (if he is doing it right) will also be interviewing you and your company. You are a future coworker (possibly manager). If I was interviewed and the interviewer couldn't answer "why do you like working here" or something like "You have worked here X years, what about this company keeps you here" I would hold reservations about my future boss. Some of those questions are almost exactly what I asked in my last interviews.

I made the mistake of not interviewing my employer with my first job out of college. I will never, ever, make that mistake again.

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If you are asking it you should be able to answer it. You are not the only one doing an interview. The candidate (if he is doing it right) will also be interviewing you and your company. You are a future coworker (possibly manager). If I was interviewed and the interviewer couldn't answer "why do you like working here" or something like "You have worked here X years, what about this company keeps you here" I would hold reservations about my future boss. Some of those questions are almost exactly what I asked in my last interviews.