Spot on list from Chris Ferdinandi — and man do some of these resonate. A real sanity check if you sometimes wonder whether you’re the ‘problem’ in interviews.
Early career, its easy to think of job interviews as a sales pitch, where you’re the sales person trying to sell yourself to the company.
While that’s partially true, the company (and person who will be your manager) should also be trying to sell themselves to you, and why you should want to work there.
Over the years, I’ve started to notice a handful of red flags that make me walk away from interview processes early. They signal to me that a company will be a bad place to work after I’m hired.
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