Personality matters more in your job interview than you might think — these traits are the biggest turn-offs. Think?
CNBC says (Not all may agree though): The next time you go for a job interview, you should spend time brushing up your personality — not just your skill set.
That’s according to a new joint report from U.S. careers advice site TopInterview and job search platform Resume-Library, which ranked personality among the top three factors most employers look for in new hires.
Alongside skills and experience, personality emerged as a top consideration in 70% of employers’ decision-making processes, well ahead of education (18%) and appearance (7%).
This is called soft skills. And this is really very important, because an unpleasant person in a team will bring a lot of problems, even if he is very smart and skilled.