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Just as if you were in any selling situation, the person who asks the last question is always in control.

Never just answer a question and then sit there and wait for the next question. When this happens, you have lost control of the discussion and the interview may begin to feel more like an interrogation.


End your response with a question that draws confirmation from the interviewer that you have answered the question to their satisfaction or to draw a positive response or commitment.



“Is that the type of team-play that would fit in with your expectations?”

“Does that answer the question of …….”


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