What shouldn't a person do in a job interview?
People often do odd things during job interviews. What should they guard against in order to get that elusive job?
If you're interviewing with a company that doesn't have a union you might want to declare how much you despise unions and how bad they screwed your family.
However, if you're interviewing with a union, it might be better to stick along the lines of how badly you despise companies and how bad they screwed your family.
It's all about keeping track of the direction of your spite. Spite is OK during a job interview; it just needs to be correctly channelled.
Good questions Anjili!
Have a positive attitude, these people have to work with you, make them want to. Don't act like you are there for money, have genuine interest. Definitely do not take out your wiener and flop it around like a maniac!
Don't ask about salary when interviewing for a professional position. Focus on what you can do for the company, not what they can do for you. Guard against talking too much - listen to the questions and think before responding.
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