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Most job interviews include a question asking you what you already know about the company. Be ready with an answer that shows your enthusiasm and aptitude for the position. Although a quick look at the company website might give you the main details, deeper company research is essential for the type of well-thought-out answer that will truly impress the interviewer. Research the following areas to prepare a top-level answer to help you get the job.
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