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"11 Questions You Should Ask At The End Of Every Job Interview" By Jacquelyn Smith, Business Insider

It's important to remember that every interview is a two-way street. You should be interviewing the employer just as much as they're interviewing you because you both need to walk away convinced that the job would be a great fit. So, when the tables are turned and the interview asks, "Do you have any questions for me?" take advantage of this opportunity. It's the best way to determine if you'd be happy working for this employer, and whether your goals are aligned with theirs. "The very process of asking questions completely changes the dynamic of the interview and the hiring manager's perception of you," says Teri Hockett, chief executive of  What's For Work? , a career site for women. "Asking questions also gives you the opportunity to discover details that you might not have otherwise unveiled." Amy Hoover, president of  TalentZoo , says there's another reason you should always prepare questions. "It's expected