Interview Tips Can You Bring Notes to a Job Interview?

Can You Bring Notes to a Job Interview?

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You can bring notes to a job interview, but you should ask the interviewer for permission as you enter the meeting. And you should limit your note-taking and note-reading to 10% of the interview or less. You may not want to bring notes, though. There are pros and cons to doing so, which I’ll share coming up. Job candidates who focus too much on reading or taking notes, instead of making eye…

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