Chapter 10. Turning the Tables

In This Chapter

  • What’s it like to work here?

  • Why is the job open?

  • What are chances for growth and training here?

  • How is the employer doing?

Remember, an interview is a dialogue between two people, not a monologue: This is your chance to interview the interviewer a bit to see if the job is right for you. You can never have too much information to make a decision—even if you feel your interview has been pretty thorough, ask a question or two about the job, employer, or market for the industry. This question usually signals the interview is about to end ....

Do you have any questions?

You sure do. If you don’t, the interviewer will assume you aren’t interested enough in the job, or are too inexperienced or unknowledgeable ...

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