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These subtle mistakes could cost you a job.

15 managers reveal the interview red flags that keep them from hiring someone

If you've ever left a job interview thinking you nailed it and then never gotten a call back, you might have made some of these mistakes without even realizing. Bad-mouthing your last job, lying about your skills, and even wearing too much perfume can ruin your chances of getting the job.
"I realized I was being felt out." Steve Jobs and Beth Comstock pictured.

‘It was all very Jedi’: Former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock remembers what it was like interviewing with Steve Jobs in 2005

Steve Jobs, cofounder and CEO of Apple, interviewed former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock for a job in 2005. "It was all very Jedi," Comstock says. Jobs then made her two different offers, which she declined.
Here's what to do after you rocked the interview.

Here’s exactly how many times you should follow up after a job interview

It's challenging to figure out how often you can email the boss of your dream job while you're interviewing. Not following up enough makes you seem disinterested, but checking in too often will make you look desperate. Keep reading to find out how many times you should follow up after an interview.
Steer clear of these blunders.

14 things you say that will automatically ruin your chances in a job interview

Avoid making these job interview blunders — they will likely knock you out of consideration immediately. Cursing, dissing the company, and asking weird personal questions are amongst the worst things you could do. Read on to find out what else you should never say in an interview.
Companies are becoming less and less surprised to hear it, says Erica Kewsin, pictured.

An executive coach says practically everyone forgets to ask the job interview question that exposes a big red flag

Among the job interview questions for the hiring manager, include something about the company's approach to professional development. If there isn't a culture of regular feedback on employees' performance and goals, that could be a red flag.
Sometimes you leave an interview and feel like you messed up.

Here’s exactly what to do if you leave a job interview and realize you totally flubbed a question

Job interviews are stressful, and sometimes you may not give the best answer to a question. At The Cut, workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests that the best way to deal with a question you flubbed is to clarify your answer in a thank-you email to the interviewer.

Talking about your team’s success too much in an interview could cost you the job, according to an Amazon engineer who got hired right out of co...

Your interview is a key setting to sway recruiters during the job search. Corey Salzer, who was hired at Amazon right out of college, said leaning too much on your team's accomplishments can alienate recruiters. Instead, show that you were a key contributor to your company.

The best answer to ‘What’s your greatest weakness?’ in a job interview comes down to two parts

No one likes getting asked "What's your greatest weakness?" in a job interview, but workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests a two-part answer to the dreaded question.
Avoid name-dropping.

15 things you’re doing that make people dislike you immediately

We've rounded up some of the most common social turn-offs online and in person, as well as how to avoid them.
Definitely not this.

17 things you should never wear to a job interview

Knowing what and what not to wear to an interview can be a real struggle for any job seeker. We've compiled some interview tips that should help you create the ideal interview outfit.