Eight Job Interview Mistakes That Can Cost You an Offer


A:  When you’re researching job interview techniques, it’s common to run across a lot of conflicting information, some erroneous and some reliable. Books are sometimes less than accurate because their authors are biased. They present ideas that may work well in specialized situations, but don’t hold true in general. So how do you know who to trust? Below are 8 myths that frequently pop up in job interview “research” materials. They aren’t true, but our culture seems to perpetuate them anyway:

  1. The company will be annoyed if I call to check on the status of the opening after I’ve been interviewed



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