Common Speech Habits To Avoid In Interviews

Even if your resume is flawless, employers may not hire you if you botch the interview with speech habits that make you seem less intelligent and qualified than you really are. According to The Conference Board, 88 percent of employers value spoken language skills in their college graduates. Practice makes perfect, so follow these tips to combat those ever-so-common speech habits during an interview.

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