Job interviews are stressful. Between researching the company, picking the right outfit and getting to the building on time, there’s a lot to worry about — and that doesn’t even include the interview itself. Trying to come across as effortlessly brilliant while answering a potential employer’s tricky questions is no easy task. So, it makes sense that you’d breathe a sigh of relief when the interview starts to wrap up.
Don’t let your guard down just yet! You’re still being tested. Before you go, you need to ask your interviewer some thoughtful questions to show that you’re invested in the role. Here are the best questions to ask in an interview, as well as ones to avoid — unless, of course, you want to be added to the dreaded list of interview horror stories. …
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