This morning I was interviewed by a reporter for The Wisconsin Radio Network regarding etiquette and mistakes people are making in their job searches.
While I find the most egregious acts of indiscretion tend to get the most hype; therefore they seem so commonplace, it is the common mistakes people might be making that could be keeping them unemployed.
It's often fun to share these appalling stories only to help us feel that we might somehow be superior and therefore have a better chance of securing the position.
If this is what you need, then read this: 43 weird things said in job interviews.
But remember this advice: your skills, experience, and professionalism will go much further in getting you the job than some outrageous stunt to stand out. Be yourself, be creative, but don't get caught up in being known as the____________ guy/gal (fill in with outrageous activity such as scooter, crazy hat, singing resume, subway sandwich wrapped in resume, baby shoe...)
Well you get the idea. And if you don't get the idea, then call us to schedule a mock interview. We'll get you headed in the right direction!