9 Words You Should Never Say In An Interview
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January 16, 2020

“I’ll do anything you ask.”

While this sentence could indicate a candidate who is willing to pitch in and be a good team member, it can also be seen as someone who is desperate to become employed, explains Andy Thiede, HR Consultant at KardasLarson, LLC. While this is a sentence to avoid in an interview, there are other ways to say it. For example, the applicant might say, “I’m known as someone who is willing to do any task in order to get the job done.”

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