You have been through an interview but you are not confident that you cracked it. It happens with everyone; just maintain your calmness and focus on yourself to find what you have missed? Here at career advice we mention four such common mistakes rather call them missteps that we tend to do.
Misstep 1: No questions to ask
When an interviewer asks if you have any questions, they’re putting the ball in your court. Take it as a chance to show an interviewer that you know about the organization and what you can bring to the team.
Saying that “I have no questions,” generally hints as “I have no interest.”
Misstep 2: When asked about your biggest weakness, you respond with “I’m a perfectionist.”
Never do that! If you truly are a perfectionist, then keep your happiness up to yourself.
What you can do is that you can hint at your weakness, but also share your action plans to address them or something that you already implemented in your life.
Misstep 3: To ask about the salary at once
Just imagine would you like answering or would you ask on your first date how many babies you could be interested in bringing out? Obviously not! Asking anything related to salary, office hours, etc. Hints as an inexperienced, overeager, and a little bad.
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