inding a new job can be tough. Resumes, cover letters, interviews, thank-you notes — it all gets so overwhelming. On the other hand, you kinda need a job. You know, for money. Until we're all back on the barter system, that is. It's only a matter of time, right?
In the meantime, here's a list of things not to do next time you find yourself in a job interview.
Every once in awhile, Twitter users come together over a trending hashtag. You may suddenly find your feed overwhelmed with tweets about the same topic, and it's actually pretty great.
Recently, the hashtag #IBlewTheInterviewWhen started trending.
People responded to it with the most hilarious ways that someone could blow an interview, and wow, yes, pretty much all of these would immediately result in no job for you. Maybe ever.
It’s good to be honest, but this might be just a little too honest.
I can also confirm that when they ask you, “Why do you want to work for us?” you shouldn’t say, “Because I need money.”
In this person’s defense, I also have difficulty differentiating between fantasy and reality.
That being said, this person is obviously Batman, and they should get any and every job they apply for.
I actually think this is a great way to get a job. Maybe you could throw in some POWERful POINTS for good measure. And always keep a positive OUTLOOK. That’s how you’ll gain ACCESS to your next job.
This, on the other hand, is completely inexcusable.
And speaking of horrible Twitter-related interviews…