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Jul 17, 2022

What Not To Say In An Interview

 Below are some questions or statements that you may not avoid during your interview.

The don'ts

1. "What is the nature of your business?"

Before you go for a job interview, do your homework and get as much information about the company as possible. You can search the company profile on the Internet and read the news and reviews of the company to learn more about the company. You can also go through an annual report if the company publishes it on its official website. Instead of asking them about the type of business they work for, print out your knowledge of the company and its mission.

2. "My long-lasting goal is to become the top basketball player."

To this question, when you've seen yourself for ten years, you can say this. While the question may seem very casual, the interviewer is actually expecting a response that has something to do with your role in the company. And although it may not be long to wait, it's important to offer a positive response, describing your enthusiasm and dedication to provide an invaluable contribution to the development of the company.

3. "I'm not so sure I could do that part of the service."

In order to know you don't have the necessary skills, profile yourself as a very enthusiastic and quick learner candidate. Your passion for learning a new job gives you an edge over other candidates who may have skills but don't want to learn new things.

4. "I'm working a divorce job"

One of the greatest errors is sharing personal questions with the interviewer. You ought to stop, or your interviewer may even consider you unprofessional.

5. "What job can I offer?"

By this question to make you rude and selfish. Future employers are more interested in what you need to offer and how you can contribute to a positive society. You can offer examples from previous work experience to test your ability to handle difficult situations as a team player.

6. Negative comments about previous employer

Negative comments often make you "an administrative preamble". In all circumstances, please refrain from negative comments about your former owners or colleagues.

7. Initiating salary conversations in the first interview

The interviewer begins these discussions as employers tend to save it for the last time, once convinced that you are the right choice for the job.

8. Avoid arguing and not complaining

Your employers look for candidates who face challenges and reject candidates who strongly argue and express their opinions.

9. "I have no infirmities."

When asked to review your negative notes, review a few things honestly, and explain how hard you are trying to improve yourself.

10. avoid misleading statements

It helps to cling to the old adage "Honesty is the best reason". Be absolutely honest about your academic documentation, as your prospects employers will never find out the truth.