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The longest phase of a job interview is usually

A) the warm-up.
B) the question-and-answer stage.
C) the close.
D) none; all are about the same length.

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Explanation: B) During the question-and-answer stage, you might be asked about qualifications, points in your résumé, and how you handle situations. You can also ask questions yourself during this phase of the interview.

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