“Do you have any questions for me?” This is typically the final question you will be asked in a job interview. Ask the wrong questions and you might look like a bad fit. Ask no questions and you might look indifferent, inexperienced, or uneducated about the position. Asking the right questions - aside from proving yourself to the hiring manager - is one of your best (and last) chances to determine whether the job and company are a good fit for you. Related: #1 Interview Question You Must Answer Correctly Here are five questions to get you started:

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Deciding on a career is quite an exciting, albeit intimidating, proposition. There are numerous options abound and the correct choice is not always an obvious one. So, how do you decide? Related: Want Career Happiness? Identify Your Top 5 Desires While there is no foolproof method, adequate amounts of introspection, research, and guidance should enable you to be confident in your decision.

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A growing number of universities now require students to complete an internship before graduation. If I ran a university, I would seriously consider doing the same. Before we get into why internships are so valuable, I’d like to take a moment to say not all internships are created equal. Related: How I Got An Internship With A Millionaire I’m guessing you did a lot of research before choosing your college -- you need to do the same thing before committing to an internship. Find something relevant to your career path and with a reputable organization, then enjoy these six advantages over your non-interning classmates:

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So, you received a call back for a in-person interview. Now what? The week leading up to the in-person interview probably deserves more effort and preparation than any other portion of the job application process. Here's a step-by-step guide on preparing for an interview.

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