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Land the gig: 10 things companies hate about you

Bad job candidates all make the same mistakes. Some of them might seem like common sense, like dressing neatly or being on time, but you'd be surprised how some basic interview rules slip through the cracks. When you're focused on practicing interview answers, you might actually forget to print your resume -- and when you're on the hot seat, asking about the salary (oops!) might just slip out.
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