Poor job-search etiquette can derail your efforts

08/26/2013 | GlassDoor.com

Don't let stress cause you to commit job search mistakes like lying on a resume, failing to send a follow-up note after an interview or complaining on social media about your job search, Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter writes. "Take this challenging period and use it as an opportunity to improve and grow. You may even learn that by 'faking it until you make it,' you will actually start feeling better," she writes.

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