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Forget sentences your interviewer doesn't want to hear — a word we use every day could sabotage you in a job interview

"I" is a tiny, one-letter word, but it can spell big trouble in job interviews. "People who only use the pronoun 'I' in interviews are a washout for us," Liza Landsman, president of ecommerce site Jet.com, tells Business Insider. "There are very few tech-centered organizations that don't require a high degree of collaboration." It's natural to be prepared to talk about yourself in a job interview, but you've got to try to keep the conversation centered on what you can contribute to the team or organization you're looking to join.
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