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Career Advice

Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

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More things not to say during an interview

Interviewer look for a candidate qualified to do the job, willing to do the job, able to fit in with the corporate culture. The following things can send an alarm to the interviewer that you may not meet some of these criteria.

  1. Asking, "What does your company do?"
    If you really were interested in the employe you should have taken the time to beforehand to find out about the company.
  2. Arguing with the interviewer
    The interview is not the best time to argue and force your opinions since you need to appear likeable and able to fit into the company culture. If you are hired you will have time later to make suggestions in a diplomatic way.
  3. Complaining
    Leave your problems at home and present yourself as a strong, capable person that can overcome setbacks and challenges.

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