How Do You Know If You Are Going to Get an Offer after a Job Interview?

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You really cannot tell if you are going to get a job offer after you have had an interview until you actually receive the call or letter informing you of such. Many people have walked out of an interview just as positive as can be that they were going to get the job because of the attitude of the interviewer, which really isn't a sign - they have had a lot of practice interviewing people, and are usually very good at making you feel secure.
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