Now is a great time to be looking for a new job. Unemployment is at 4.1 percent and companies are hiring. But just because the market is looking up doesn't mean that you can have a bad interview and still expect to land the job of your dreams.
In fact, there are several ways you can sabotage a job interview. Job site Simply Hired surveyed over 850 hiring managers to find what factors most negatively and positively impacted an applicant's chance of getting hired.
Here are the 17 behaviors that most hiring managers viewed negatively and the four most positively viewed behaviors: