This is your opportunity to "interview
the interviewer." Generally, to find out about the organization, the job,
the corporate culture, the administrator's initiative style, and a large group
of other critical things.
Candidates, who are truly interested by the opportunity, ask about
these types of inquiries. The individuals who don't make inquiries give the
impression that they're "simply hitting out the meeting" or not too
worried about landing in that position. At the point when given the chance to
make inquiries and ask questions, you need to understand that the meeting isn't
finished yet. Great candidates realize this is some other time to show their
presence in mind.
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