You might want to tone down any "weird" behavior when interviewing for a job, since most employers are looking for employees who are poised, professional and show good judgment, writes Dawn Hrdlica, human resources managers for MailSouth. "If you choose to 'go-for-broke' on the weirdness scale during your next interview (even for that creative job), your chances of landing the job simply go down," she writes.

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