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Stand out as the superstar job candidate by asking the kind of sophisticated question that no other applicant would ask, based on your thorough research into the organization. Example: Analyze the firm’s business plan before the interview and ask about quarterly fluctuations in sales or revenues. Better yet, talk to a sampling of the firm’s customers and relay your findings in the form of a question such as, “About a dozen of your customers tell me they’ve heard you’re going to relocate your distribution center. Is that definite?”
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