Here at The Muse, we hear and share a lot of crazy stories about interviewing.
For example, one of our co-workers once sprained her ankle during an interview (not a joke). One of our friends had to go through seven rounds of in-person interviews before finally landing a job. And our director of marketing once had to sit in HR and watch his potential future boss get fired—before being told that there was “no longer a need to meet.”
We love stories like this, so now, we’re asking you to share yours with us. Email us and let us know your memorable interview stories—the good, the bad, the terrible, the funny, and especially the facepalm-inducing.
We’ll share the best ones with our audience (anonymously, of course) in an upcoming roundup.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your tale. Oh, and if we publish it, we’ll send you a special Muse package that may or may not include a snazzy t-shirt and books.
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TopicsInterview Mistakes , Interviews , Job Search , Syndication , Workplace Disasters , Interviewing for a Job
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