5 Things Not To Do In Your Next Job Interview

“A good interview is a conversation, where both sides are engaged. The purpose is to discover if the position is a match. If the candidate asks no questions, it’s a red flag. It appears that either they aren’t interested, or believe they already know everything to know about the position.”

Every job interview is unique, but the mistakes that cost people those opportunities are often the same.

Quartz shares a recruiter’s thoughts about the five things that ruin job interviews including when candidates brag about other offers they have, are too aggressive, and ask no questions.