Time to brace up: These are the common areas where maximum job seekers fumble during interviews

Time to brace up: These are the common areas where maximum job seekers fumble during interviewsGoing for a job interview unprepared may sound unprofessional but job seekers do it. As per a report, candidates appear for interviews unprepared and even fumble on basic questions.

As per a study by JobBuzz.in on 515 employers across various industries, over half of the candidates fumble during job interviews.

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It stated that around 52 per cent respondents said the question on which candidates tend to slip the most was explaining current job responsibilities.

Another 20 per cent said candidates fumble the most when asked to explain how they are the best fit for the job with the company, while 18 per cent said candidates mess up when asked to explain their skill sets.

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The study noted that 77 per cent of IT, telecom, ITeS and dotcom employers and 65 per cent of automobile sector employers admit that well over 50 per cent of candidates make mistakes in interviews.

Around 70 per cent of banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) employers said that 40-50 per cent candidates interviewed monthly tend to fumble in interviews while 72 per cent employers in manufacturing and retail say that between 20-40 per cent interviewees mess up on basic questions.

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