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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Job Interview by Marc Dorio

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How to Read an Interviewer

It may or may not be possible to find out anything about the interviewer in advance. If you are interviewing with a small firm, it’s likely that the owner or CEO will meet with you personally. Perhaps you can uncover some background on her through articles in industry newsletters or in informational/promotional material distributed by the company. If you’re interviewing with a larger organization, you still may be able to find published material on the relevant department head, who could be the person responsible for interviewing you. Make use of your network. Maybe you know someone who knows someone who knows the interviewer, and can tell you what to expect.
If you can ascertain little or nothing about the interviewer ...

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