Making a good impression is the first step to getting the job of your dreams, but many employee hopefuls ruin their chances by making common job interview mistakes.
This infographic by Independence University lists the top 10 errors that could potentially cost you the job without even realizing it. The way interviewees present themselves is an important factor, meaning they need to appear interested in the position, demonstrate good body language and posture as well as dress appropriately. Answering questions shows how well they react under pressure so fumbling for answers, not being direct or specific enough and falsifying information are definite recipes for failure.
One of the 10 job interview mistakes many people overlook is the failure to follow up, so be sure to do so.