When you’re interviewing for a nanny job, it can be easy to think that it’s all about you: your experience, your goals, your capabilities. After all, you’re the one looking for work, right? There’s more to it, though. An interview is a two-way street, and just as it’s a chance for a family to get to know you, it’s also a chance for you to learn more about the family and see if you want to work for them. You are interviewing them just as much as they’re interviewing you, so it’s important to keep your eye out for these warning signs during the interview. If you see one (or more) of these signs during the interview, it can indicate a red flag that you and the interviewing family might be better off going your separate ways.