I have been for many job interviews over the years; some successful, some not so. Something that everyone tells you when going for an interview (including myself) is to try and gain something from the experience – even if you are not offered the job. Related: #1 Tip For Acing An Interview: Mirroring One thing I have learned from all of my interview experience, and something I continue to do, is to try and turn the interview on its head and use it as your chance to find out more about the company. Let’s face it; the job might not be so appealing after you have found out more about the firm who is hiring. So, don’t wait until the end of an awkward interview and then have to be prompted to ask questions - fire away as soon as you can. This not only gives you a better overview of the company; it also shows you are keen and interested in the role. Here are a few interview questions you should remember to ask:

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You may have heard people say to you, “It’s always easier to get a job when you are already employed.” But have you ever asked why this is? Related: How To Job Search While You’re Still Employed There’s absolutely no evidence to prove that anyone going for a job, who is already in full-time employment, stands any better chance of being offered a position than someone who is currently out of work. So, if we are to believe this is just the way the system works; then it could be worth looking at what the reasons might be. Here are some possible explanations as to why those in work are deemed as more employable than those who aren’t.

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