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Interview questions that you can ask

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You may think that attending an interview is all about the employer asking you the questions, but it is vital that you also ask questions of the employer. As well as helping you get the information you need to decide if you actually want the job, it can also demonstrate your:

Questions that will make you look good

You may have been provided with an information pack when you applied for the job, which answers a lot of the questions you thought of asking. Also, an interviewer will usually give you some more information about the job and the company at the interview. 

So, you may be wondering what else you could ask. Here are a few to get you started.

You may also have some questions based on the research you do on the company before the interview (remember your research – it's vital!).

Questions that you shouldn't ask

Any of the following questions are likely to have the interviewer rolling their eyes, checking their watch or even bringing the interview to an early close!

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