What Not to Say in a Job Interview

It's not all that difficult to completely blow a job interview.

Showing up late, wearing inappropriate clothing and answering your cell phone are a few good ways to kill your chances. But sticking your foot in your mouth will do the job as well.

Many hiring managers say that on occasion, candidates that seem perfect at first get crossed off the list by saying something senseless when asked a routine interview question.

Here are a few responses to some of those frequently asked questions that will be sure to kill the conversation and send you straight out the door.

Kelly Eggers (photo left), writing for Fins.com, has seven points to consider in the full article here. Fins.com is a property of Dow Jones Ventures and the Wall Street Journal Digitial Network.

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