As companies shed more jobs and hire fewer new employees, having an impressive resume and perfectly polished interview skills are crucial. Giving applicants the benefit of the doubt is a luxury that employers — who are often pinching pennies and learning to do more with less — just don’t have.
I've given you lots of suggestions for what you should be doing in an interview — but what about what you shouldn’t be doing? Over the next few weeks, I'll cover some of the biggest interview faux pas you may not even realize you’re committing. Last week we talked about oversharing, which many of you said you were guilty of (me too!). To see the next tip, read more