9 Biggest Interviewer Pet Peeves to Avoid
Kayla Baxter | Excelle
Sometimes our faces and body language give away more than we’d like to reveal, especially in a nerve-wracking situation like a job interview. In many cases we might not even realize that our brow is furrowed or that we’re repeatedly tapping our toes — much to the annoyance of a future employer.
A recent survey of hundreds of different employers asked which interview mistakes were their biggest pet peeves; not surprisingly, most of these things were considered “the little things” — but as we all know, it’s the little things that matter.