3 interview answers you're better off keeping short and sweet
I used to fall into the trap of thinking that the longer an interview went, the better my chances of getting the job became.
This wasn’t something that hindered me exclusively in the early stages of my career, either. I had a bad habit of talking hiring managers’ ears off for as long as they could tolerate me.
Then I became a recruiter, and I realized that while some answers do require a lengthy conversation, there are plenty of others for which a short response is actually best. What’s more, I learned that there are plenty of people who think all interview