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Depending on how the interview is going, and how much rapport you have built up with your interviewer, i think it ok to ask 'Why shouldnt ishouldn't I work here?' after all people dont usually leave due to the selling points of the company, they leave because of the bad points, but if you know in advance what they are, then you can assess whether you can deal with them beforehand.

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Depending on how the interview is going, and how much rapport you have built up with your interviewer, i think it ok to ask 'Why shouldnt i work here?' after all people dont usually leave due to the selling points of the company, they leave because of the bad points, but if you know in advance what they are, then you can assess whether you can deal with them beforehand.

NWS.

Depending on how the interview is going, and how much rapport you have built up with your interviewer, i think it ok to ask 'Why shouldn't I work here?' after all people dont usually leave due to the selling points of the company, they leave because of the bad points, but if you know in advance what they are, then you can assess whether you can deal with them beforehand.

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Depending on how the interview is going, and how much rapport you have built up with your interviewer, i think it ok to ask 'Why shouldnt i work here?' after all people dont usually leave due to the selling points of the company, they leave because of the bad points, but if you know in advance what they are, then you can assess whether you can deal with them beforehand.

NWS.