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When you sit down for a job interview, your future is literally on the line.
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Your actions during the interview will determine whether or not you’re hired or not, and while many people focus solely on how they answer questions, there are many other common job interview mistakes that cost them the position.
Sometimes, you’ll destroy your chances without even opening your mouth.
Here are some common mistakes that you should avoid at all costs during an interview.
The top seven job interview mistakes to avoid:
1. Showing Up Late – Punctuality is something every employer looks for in a worker. Show up late for a job interview, and the odds are good that you’ve ruined your chances of being hired. This is one of the costliest of all the common job interview mistakes.
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2. Dressing Improperly – Dress for success isn’t just a clever rhyme – it really is a strategy you need to follow. If you show up in dirty, risqué, or inappropriate clothes your odds of landing the job diminish greatly. Likewise, brush your hair and teeth and wear deodorant. Nothing’s worse than interviewing a smelly, unkempt applicant.
3. Not Spitting Out the Gum – Yes, this really does matter. Gnawing away on gum is disrespectful and distracting. Spit it out before you arrive at the interview. And it should go without saying not to use chewing tobacco or drink coffee during the process, either. Remember, you need to be respectful as well as professional.
4. Leaving Your Cell Phone On – Believe it or not, this is an incredibly common job interview mistake. Nothing screams ‘unprofessional’ like an obnoxious ring tone interrupting an interview. Don’t forget to set your phone to silent mode or turn it off completely. It’s unlikely any call will be as important as landing the job.
5. Not Doing Your Homework – You need to know about the company you’re applying for. By being able to show that you know the company’s strengths, sales figures, products, and services, you can prove that you’ll be a valuable and motivated employee.
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This is the difference between the left and right - the left throws pies which aren't disgusting and don't hurt anyone. The right chews tobacco and spits in the face of their political opponents.
Too bad this anti-American punk isn't going to jail for this.
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