Employers Share the Worst Job Interview Fails They’ve Ever Seen

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Interviewing for a job is awkward, no doubt about it. You want to sell yourself, but you really don’t want to seem like you’re selling yourself. Some people can pull off that balancing act with no difficulty, whereas others…well, you’ll see.

Assigning blame to the company capable of hiring you definitely is not. They couldn’t say “no” fast enough, I’m sure.

Sounds like this guy would have raised the office insurance premiums if he had been hired. That is, assuming he wasn’t lying.

Mom can’t help you do your job, so she shouldn’t be there for the interview.

Yikes. I knew about helicopter parents but…cut the cord, guys.

Otherwise, your interviewer will think you’re either lying about starting the company or too dumb to remember. Either way…not good.

And he doesn’t back down from doing what he thinks is right!

Points for honesty. But points against for being dumb as a rock.

You’re not exactly showcasing your problem-solving skills, now are you?

Maybe don’t let your mom take over the interview, no matter how sick you’re feeling. Not a good look.

If you don’t, you’re basically striking out left and right. Not exactly company man material.

I’m guessing this was an interview for a job at McDonald’s or something like that.

This lady proves that point nicely. Showing off your scabs on day one suggests some social obstacles to overcome.

But there are like five things in that list of topics that are deal breakers. Oops. Maybe next time, you just sit quietly, nod, then when you’re asked what your biggest fault is, you just say you’re a bit of a perfectionist and smile.