Everyone knows that making a good impression at a job interview involves a lot more than just dressing appropriately and being on time. Still, many candidates fall into one of these three traps, which often ruins their chances of getting hired. Avoid them at all costs. Adapted from a Fast Company article by Judith Humphrey.

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