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37 Brilliant Questions To Ask At The End Of Every Job Interview (Business Insider UK)
Before you begin asking your questions, find out if there's anything they'd like you to elaborate on. Not only will they appreciate the offer, but it may be a good chance for you to gauge how well you're doing.
Be deliberate with your time and make sure that you show up for the important moments. As Wright says, once you leave college, you never get straight A’s in life. Instead, make the moments you need to get an A in for the day a priority.
If you show up to a regular [in-person] job interview, you’re being judged on whether you’re on time, if you’ve managed to wear matching shoes, if you’ve brought a copy of your résumé— essentially, if you have your act together. With a phone call, the most basic sign of having your act together is being in an appropriate place with no distractions or noisy interruptions.