Signs of a Good Interview?

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There are twelve signs of a good interview. Some of the signs of a good interview are the interviewer acts interested, polite, listens carefully, asks good questions and the discussion goes smoothly, they did not answer phone calls during your interview, and the interviewer asks about your availability when could you start. It is also stated that if the interviewer smiles when shaking your hand and gives you their business card telling you to call his cell phone concerning any question then it was a good interview.
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