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Tips For Acing A Job Interview

It Is Preferable Not To Ask About Benefits At The Interview

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It might make the interviewer think that you're more interested in what you can get out of the job than what you can do for the company. It's usually better to discuss benefits when or after a job offer is made.

If you do ask about benefits, don't inquire only about the health benefits. Express an interest in the entire benefit package - after all it is part of the compensation.

If the prospective employer brings up benefits, the benefits you should listen for, and the features to focus on, are described in Job Interview: Benefits To Focus On When Applying For A New Job.

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