How NOT To Get A Second Interview

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Have you ever been confident in how things went in an interview, sure that you’d get a call back, but never did? Read this great article by Dana Manciagli about seven habits that kill your chances at getting a second interview.

So many of my clients and readers say, “I aced the interview, but I don’t know why I didn’t get a call for the next round.” Well, I guess you didn’t ace the interview, did you?

Sometimes you do well but they go with another candidate for a variety of other reasons. But having said that, it is also possible that you made some interview bloopers.7 habits that will kills your next interview

When you’re aiming to nail the big job interview, how you speak is as important as how you look. You’ve got the impressive résumé, solid references, and a professional outfit. But careless language could jeopardize your chance of landing that plum job.

Interview expert Darlene Price offers some insight about the seven common habits that can keep you from truly acing that interview:

1. Too much information

Avoid talking too much during the interview. In the business world, time is money. Bosses value employees who speak in a clear, concise manner. By all means, be interesting and use a personable enthusiastic voice, but avoid rambling. Get to the bottom line quickly.

As a general rule, keep your answers under two minutes. This habit not only shows you’re well prepared and succinct, it also allows time for the interviewer to ask more questions and get to know you better. …

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