Job Search Blunders

Survey reveals biggest job search mistakes

While everyone makes mistakes, one of the most unfortunate times to do so is when applying for a job. Office professionals were asked to recount the biggest job search blunders they had heard of or witnessed firsthand. Some of the more frequent responses related to over- or underselling one’s skills during interviews or on resumes, not researching the company, complaining about former employers and treating clerical staff poorly.

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