If you’re interviewing for jobs, you know the feeling of kicking yourself for hours after an interview because you flubbed an answer or got the interviewer’s name wrong. But no one is perfect, and most interviewers don’t expect candidates to give perfect interviews.
However, some interviewing mistakes that are easily avoidable and can hurt you — but you can navigate away from them with just a little bit of thought. Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about five mistakes that you can avoid if you think about them ahead of time. You can read it here.