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Jobseekers' worst interview answers REVEALED


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Jobseekers' worst interview answers REVEALED

A job interview can be an intense and high-pressure process, leaving many candidates feeling nervous and uneasy.

As such job hopefuls may slip-up and say things they really didn’t want to; whether it’s revealing too much detail about what they ate for breakfast or how the rain really spoiled their commute, sharing too much unnecessary information can be damaging.

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