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investigate its legitimacy so that you can respond promptly to a possible opportunity for career advancement. “Expect the recruiter to ask for professional and personal details,” she explains. “We’re going to ask [about] your salary: your base, your bonus, [and] your stock options. You have to know that information and be prepared to provide us with that.” Hall says that a recruiter will also ask what your spouse does for a living and inquire about the education of your children. “We want to know if they’re in eighth grade or in their final year of high school, because that may prevent you from relocating—even if you love the client and the client loves you. You may not know to think about that, but that’s what we get paid for.”