During the recession it was harder to think of the interview process as a two-way street. In an employer-driven market, the emphasis was on why an organisation would want you as an employee. As the market eases, it's worth remembering that an interview is also your opportunity to really assess the company and ensure they are an organisation that can give you a fulfilling career. The traditional advice, of course, has always been to ask specific questions at the end of the interview. But in or
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