Behaviors to avoid with potential employers

04/26/2013 | Healthcare Informatics online

Job seekers who show a lack of confidence, or, conversely, are egotistical, decrease their chances of being hired, IT specialist Tim Tolan writes in this commentary. Candidates who focus too much on money and criticize past employers also make a bad impression, Tolan writes. "The future employer is getting a real taste of what it will be like to have someone talk behind their back, and it's just in poor taste."

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