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The 21 Questions You Need to Ask in a Job Interview

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    What's the biggest change your group has gone through in the last year? Does your group feel like the tough times are over and things are getting better, or are things still pretty bleak? What's the plan to handle either scenario?

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The 21 Questions You Need to Ask in a Job Interview

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    What's the biggest change your group has gone through in the last year? Does your group feel like the tough times are over and things are getting better, or are things still pretty bleak? What's the plan to handle either scenario?

Marc Cenedella, founder & executive chairman of TheLadders, has put together his twice-a-year update of the best questions for you to ask in an interview. So often we can forget what an interview's all about. It sure feels like it's about you, but it's really not.

An interview is actually about how you can help your future boss and future employer succeed. It's about finding out what their requirements and hopes are and matching up your background and experience with what they need.

Overlooking these basic facts about the interview is easy. There's so much else going on in your work, your life, and in your job search, that you can forget to look at the interview from the interviewer's point of view. And that's a shame, because you need the interviewer to walk away from the interview thoroughly impressed.