Put Your Best Face Forward
All that hard work sending out résumés has finally paid off, and you've been called in for a face-to-face job interview. Congratulations! This is an important next step in your job search. It's also your only chance to make a lasting first impression.
On the day of your interview, sweaty palms and butterflies in your stomach are to be expected. But you can reduce your stress level by knowing some mistakes that interviewees tend to make -- and how to avoid them. Here are 10 of the most common ones.