Avoid These 4 Common Interview Mistakes

You're ready. You've got "Lose Yourself" queued up in your headphones, your resume is fresh off the printer, and you know you're a lock for this role. But 30 minutes later, you're walking out of the interview and the prospects are starting to look bleak. It's not an uncommon place to be in, and it's probably because of an all too common mistake. Ready to find out where you went wrong?

What to Do After You’ve Botched a Job Interview

If you've ever interviewed for a job, chances are, you've probably made some mistakes. It's what you do afterwards that makes the difference between an embarrassing cautionary tale and a story of triumph. Recovering from serious missteps can be tricky, but it's not impossible. You need some presence of mind and tact to handle your bungled situation. Here are a few tips that may be helpful.

7 Biggest Interview Mistakes HR Professionals Encounter

Ever wonder what the average Human Resource professional notices in an interview when they glance across the hiring desk? As a job seeker, this could be some very valuable insight to have – a clear advantage over other candidates who are oblivious to the mistakes they make in the interviewing hot seat.