The most common mistakes at the behavioral interview. Part 2

Here is the second part of the article about the most common mistakes at the behavioral interview:

Being negative: Speaking badly about your old boss, colleagues, or jobs can make you seem unprofessional and difficult to work with.

Stretching the truth or lying: If you make things up or exaggerate your accomplishments, you’re likely to get caught during the interview or background checks.

Living in the past: While you want to give examples from the past, it’s not a good look if you focus too much on it. It can make it seem like you can’t adapt to new situations or learn from your mistakes.

Not showing any enthusiasm: Employers want to see that you’re excited about the job and the company. If you don’t seem interested during the interview, they might think you’re not a good fit for the company culture.

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