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You've just spent the last forty-five minutes answering questions from a hiring manager. You gave it all you had. You think you did okay. The hiring manager seemed to smile and nod a lot when you were speaking. Then, suddenly, she asks, "Do you have any questions for me?"

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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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When you first get laid off, your instinct is undoubtedly to dive right into the job search. Maybe you'll give yourself a couple of days to deal with the transition to a largely unstructured lifestyle. More likely, though, you'll dive headfirst into the job search so your life can return to what feels normal as soon as possible.

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