How to avoid making the wrong impression in interviews

06/25/2013 | AOL Jobs

Showing up late with excuses, providing long, rambling answers to questions and lacking knowledge about the company could lead interviewers to make negative snap judgments about you, Miriam Salpeter writes. "If you are interested in the job, don't inadvertently give the impression" that you couldn't care less, she writes.

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