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NEW YORK - MAY 7: A job applicant speaks with recruiter Renee Chandler (R) during an interview May 7, 2003 at the offices of Metro Support Group in New York City. The nation's jobless rate climbed to six percent in April, rising for the third straight month, adding up to half a million lost jobs. New York's job market has especially been hit hard, with many applicants being unable to find work. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

If you’re in the market for a new job, this TikTok user has shared interview techniques that will “guarantee” you get the job.

According to @brookerxyz, if an interviewer asks you if you have any questions, you should always ask a question. And, preferably, you should ask a version of this question: ‘When you look ahead six months to a year from now, and you picture the person in this role doing an excellent job, what do you picture?’

@brookerxyz says that asking a variation of this question will guarantee you get the job you want. First, he says it’ll show that you’re interested not only in the job but also in doing a good job. He also says it reveals more of what the job duties will actually look like, which will help you know if you actually want the job or not.

What interview tips have you used that landed you a job?

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