Interviewing work both ways. The company is, of course, interviewing you for the job and wants to be sure that you have what they need in a new employee.
On the flip side if you're going to be hired as an employee of the company, you want to do your best to make sure the job is a good fit and that means having questions of your own ready to ask.
Before you head out to a job interview, review both the most frequently asked interview questions, so you will be ready to respond.
Also have a list of questions ready to ask the employer, so you can be ready to respond when you're asked if you have any questions and so you can do you best to make sure the job is one you would want to have, if it was offered to you.
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