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I Used to Think ‘Where Do You See Yourself in 10 Years’ Was a Horrible Interview Question

But I’ve since worked for almost twice that long and now I'm not so sure

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Job interviews are curious things. For ages and ages, the dynamic leaned heavily in favor of the employer. They had a job people wanted, so it stands to reason they had the upper hand.




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