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Twelve Ways to Blow Your Job Interview - Slide 7

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Being comfortable in the interview is an important part of succeeding. The trick is knowing where the line is. If the interviewer is introduced as Mr. So and So, don’t ask “Do you mind if I call you Bob?” The right approach is to appear relaxed while being extremely attentive to details. Slouching, mumbling, slang, cursing and so on are great in your living room, but misplaced in the interview.

The Web is full of great articles about how to ace the interview. Preparation, listening, good eye contact, dressing for success and relaxing are essential elements of a successful interview. The Glassdoor Interviews & Reviews section is full of great advice.

What is never covered are the things that will definitely result in ruining your chance at the job. The obvious ones are being late, snarling at the other employees, and complaining about the coffee. Good manners are essential in the interview process.

However, according to Glassdoor.com, it’s also worth pointing out what to avoid during an interview.

 

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