Topics to address during an interview include which professional traits a good candidate should have, issues that the staff is currently dealing with, what the interviewer likes about his job and if the employer offers continuing education. Asking the right questions shows interest and eagerness to the interviewer.
Asking which professional traits the position calls for allows the interviewee to see how qualified he is for the job. It also offers a chance to cover skills and experiences that haven't been discussed in the interview. While discussing problems the staff is currently dealing with, the interviewee shows that he is ready to immediately get started and focus on specific problem areas in the company.
Asking the interviewer how he likes his job gives the interviewee an idea of what it's like to be an employee with the company, and also makes the interview more personal. Additionally, this makes the interviewee aware of potential issues for which he needs to prepare.
Working for a company that offers continuing education and training is a possible opportunity for employees to learn for free and become better educated about the industry. Such training may also make it possible for an employee to advance in the company and in his professional career.