• 12/6/2016
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Despite the fact that job seekers understand the stakes—and more information is available now online than ever before about what to do and what not to do in a job interview—many continue to make rookie mistakes that could have easily been avoided—with coaching and practice.

Unraveling the Mysteries of a Job Search:
Hiring Managers Share Pitfalls and Opportunities When Applying for a Job

A job interview is a watershed moment in the life of any job seeker. Nail the interview, and a door will open to new career opportunities. Bomb and job seekers could find themselves constantly on the outside of great job opportunities, looking in and wondering what went wrong.

To better understand why so many interviews go wrong, Lee Hecht Harrison surveyed 277 human resource managers responsible for sourcing or hiring talent.