A job interview is no Friday-night fling. While most couples date for years before tying the knot, a job interview gone well presents a weighty, love-it-or-leave-it choice. Like marriage, though, saying, "I do" to your next employer involves a careful matching of values.
As a candidate in a very competitive talent market, you have a definite advantage-there are many more open jobs than there are qualified candidates in almost every profession. However, some résumé mistakes can chip away at that advantage.