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The Dos and Don'ts of Interviewing


11/10/2010 12:13:41 AM

Last week, Amy Brownstein, of Brownstein Strategic Brand Relations, was interviewing to fill an account executive position at the firm. The candidate arrived 35 minutes late, didn’t bring a printed copy of her résumé and, after apologizing for being late, explained how she “used to always be late, and not be committed to the job but she’s changed.” As you probably guessed by now, she didn’t get the job. Even in this highly competitive job market job, otherwise qualified job candidates do things that virtually ensure they won’t be hired. Here as some common mistakes that should be avoided.


 
 

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