I recently interviewed a candidate thoroughly over the phone, and determined he was qualified so called him in for an in-person interview. At the end of the interview where I ask if the candidate has any questions, he proceeded to ask only about benefits he would receive, car allowance, health insurance, whether the health insurance includes vision, etc. I was disappointed to hear this because up until this point I considered him a solid candidate. The candidate told me (I didn't ask of course!) that he is 25 years old, so I'm not sure if I should attribute this to him being green or eliminate him as a result of this behavior. I'm really turned off when candidates ask about benefits before an offer is made or in lieu of asking about the company or the job. It sends me the message that they are only focused on themselves and the money and benefits involved. Any thoughts- if a candidate did this, would you eliminate him or her from contention?