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I don't know how to interview for a job when I ultimately get to make the final desicion. Do i get to say " I'll get back to you in a couple of days" Cause that would be awesome
The only thing that really matters is deciding if it's a job you want.
Research the company, and come up with questions that will tell you what you need to know. I asked about how long my interviewer had worked there. What he liked most about it. What he liked least. As he answered questions, I pursued things that caught my attention.
Find out about the culture, the longevity of employees, the perqs and the atmosphere. Take stock of the things you know you can't stand in a job and try to find out about how prevalent those sorts of things are there.
In my experience (software engineer), they'll come back to you later through the headhunter with an offer if interested. You don't have to say anything then except "Thank you for your time, I enjoyed learning more about you. I hope to hear from you soon."