Learning how to interview well requires practice. And whilst most recruiters would forgive their unexperienced candidates for making a few schoolboy errors, those who know what they want from a job should know the routine by now.
Yet, some candidates still stomp around, ungracefully, during the process. Speaking to CNBC, Barry Drexler, an expert interview coach with over 30 years of HR experience, says there are many ways candidates put their foot in it, scuppering their chances of making the cut. However, some are more “annoying” than others, he says, listing the following questions as ones that rile him.
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