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YOUR QUESTIONS









    You just sat through an interview that felt more like an interrogation
    and now the tables turn ... it's your turn. Have your written questions
    ready at your side. Never attack of have questions with the potential
    of a hidden meaning. Ask questions that get to their business, how
    the manage people, current activities within the group, requirements
    for advancement, skills of those in the team, etc. Be about the work
    and the business and avoid talking about "free things" as that sends
    a very negative message.





    Preparing for a job interview can be tough; you rehearse your answers to a myriad of tricky
    questions while trying to keep your nerves from getting the best of you. While practicing your
    answers, be sure to think of a few questions of your own to ask during the interview. Not sure
    where to start? Consider the following four thoughtful questions.