Tuesday, January 31, 2012

5 Things You Should Never Say in an Interview

Some Mistakes Can Cost You The Job!
We have all done this at some time in our lives...said something we wish we hadn't!  Happens to me all the time!  I found this great, brief article on CareerBuilder.com that I wanted to share about the things you should not tell a hiring manager during a job interview.  I thought many of the points were common sense but it's a good, entertaining read with some terrific tips on what not to say (or how to say it better) during the all too critical job interview.  

Review these common mistakes before you blunder your next job interview!  Click the link to be taken to another website to read the article.



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