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Tips For Acing A Job Interview

Ask Questions About The Company And The Job

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When it's your turn to ask questions, have at least three questions ready.

Focus on issues that relate to the employer's needs.  Examples might be: "What kind of outside training would be helpful to my career at your company?" or "While I understand the position you need to fill, would there be additional areas where I could help?" 

Then, ask broader questions to get more of a feel for working for the company.  These might include things like "What is your average day like?" or "What is the corporate culture like -- the way things get done? Do people work mostly alone or in teams?"

You can than move on to more specific questions about the responsibilities of the position.

An important question to ask is about how you will be evaluated.

It is helpful to ask who you will be working for, who you will be reporting to, and who will be reporting to you.

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