Second interviews (and sometime even third and fourth interviews) are becoming more and more common. When you have made it through the first round of interview questions and you've gone through your list of interview questions to ask the employer during that first interview, you'll need to be prepared to both answer and ask more job interview questions.
Since you don't want to repeat the questions that have already been asked and answered, it's important to have a different set of interview questions ready to ask during your second interview. Here are examples of questions to ask during a second job interview.
Also, take a look at the second interview questions you may be asked, along with advice and tips on how to use a second interview to make the case that you're the best candidate for the job.
And after your second interview, be sure to send a thank you note or email message even if you've already thanked your interviewer(s) for the first opportunity to interview.
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