What To Do (And Not Do) Before And After A Remote Job Interview

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Asking now is normal; asking later is annoying

If you fail to ask questions to which you need answers for sanity’s sake during the interview, you might be able to slip one or two in the thank-you note (we’ll touch on that later). But the best time to ask is during the interview, otherwise, you’ll find yourself in a position of A) either going crazy not having the answers or B) bothering the interviewer to know where they’re at, when you’ll hear back, etc. “Do not hold the person who interviewed you responsible for you not asking the question you needed to be answered in order to get some peace,” Nyanue says.

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