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How 2 words can make or break a job interview

SmartBrief on Your Career | Feb 27, 2015

Job candidates should examine how many times they use the words "we" and "I" during interviews, suggests Avention CEO Steve Pogorzelski. When asked about successes, Pogorzelski says candidates who say "we" a lot are obviously team players, but when talking about failures, candidates who say "I" more often are those who know how to take responsibility. Fortune (02/25)


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