A recent survey of hiring professionals revealed that


#1

A) most employers understand that candidates may need to answer their smartphones during the interview, and that doing so has no effect on the outcome.
B) candidates who answer mobile phone calls during interviews are more likely to get the job because they are perceived as busy and important.
C) answering mobile phone calls or texting in the middle of an interview is the most common mistake candidates make during their interviews.
D) candidates who warn the interviewer ahead of time that they might have to answer a call during the interview have a better chance of getting the job than those who do not.
E) phones should be on silent, but it is acceptable to check who the caller is, in the event of an emergency.
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#2

Answer: C
Explanation: C) Turn off your smartphone before an interview. It's highly unlikely that you will receive a call that is important enough to interrupt your interview.


#3

How great was that.Thank you so much.