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8 things you should never say during a job interview

Sep 12, 2023

ET Online

Criticise your previous workplace

It is not a wise idea to speak negatively about your previous employer. Being positive demonstrates your ability to be professional in any situation.

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Speak negatively about yourself

Speaking negatively about yourself will only highlight the things you cannot do, instead of how you can add value to the company.

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'I don't know'

You may be asked a question that you don't have an answer to, but never say that you don't know. You can ask the interviewer to give you a minute to think about it.

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'It is on my resume'

Even if you are asked something that's already on your resume, never point it out. Try to answer in your own words and provide details about the question.

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Talk about salary first

Interview is a delicate dance, and you should always allow the employer talk about salary and money first. You asking about it will close the interview.

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Discuss personal things

Be mindful about the things you say and do not bring up personal things in a professional setting. Chances are that your interviewer only wants to know about your work.

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'I don't have any questions'

Never say that you don't have any questions if the interviewer asks you so. Prepare and ask meaningful questions about the company after doing proper research.

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Say you didn't do research

“I didn’t have the time to research your company" is a one-liner that can completely put off the interviewer. Instead, take time out and research about the company.

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