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Few people are ever handed a job simply from submitting their resume. At some point in life, we are all faced with the prospect of being interviewed for a job. Believe it or not, the interview process can make or break an individual's chances of getting the job of their dreams, or the job they need to secure their finances.

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Finally, you've made it to the last few minutes of the interview for your dream job. Already, you've answered various questions regarding your job history, future plans, and specific skills. But the process isn't over quite yet. Now, your interviewer wants to know what kinds of questions you have for them. The spotlight is really on you now, and chances are, you probably have a few concerns worth addressing.

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In a recent episode of JT Talks Jobs, we talked about the questions you should be prepared to answer post-crisis. So, now it's time to flip the script and tell you what questions YOU should ask in a job interview after the crisis subsides.

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COVID-19 is changing a lot of things in the world, and it will change the way job seekers prepare for interviews. When hiring new employees, employers will be asking different questions and looking for different answers than they previously did.

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A common interview question employers ask during job interviews is, "Why are you interested in this position?" They want to know why you want to work at their company, and the specific motivation behind why you applied for the job (not that you need a paycheck).

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