7 Ways To Blow a Job Interview

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LATE ARRIVAL: Your conduct at an interview is a strong indication to employers of how you will perform if hired. Showing up late is a surefire way to give someone else the job. Employers really won’t care to hear about your glowing resume or career accomplishments if you show up late.  Simply, put: Don’t do it!  Always plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early and if you know you tend to be late, set the bar at 30 minutes.  Also, traffic and train delays aren’t acceptable excuses. Take every necessary precaution to make sure you’ll be on time. Your career is depending on it!

LATE ARRIVAL: Your conduct at an interview is a strong indication to employers of…

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