5 Interview Mistakes That Make Candidates Decline Your Offer

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Don't introduce them to your staff, assume they're desperate for a job, don't ask about their goals, don't thank them for their time, and complain about your firm's high turnover rate. The post would be based on my experience as an interviewee.


Cristina N.

I've been doing content marketing in one form or another since 2012, first as a project manager for eBay content projects and later as a freelance editor. I've edited or written articles on all kinds of topics, but my specialties are science, healthcare, wellness, business, an...

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