Can being "weird" help you get a job?

11/12/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

People usually try to avoid doing anything "strange" in interviews, but this strategy is a mistake, Neil Bearden writes. You're probably competing against many other candidates with similar resumes, and "the most disadvantaged people to be in this situation are those 'other guys,' the ones who cannot be recalled vividly," he writes.

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