If you already have an interview lined up, congratulations are in order: You passed the initial cover letter and resume test. Now as you prepare for your interview, you are probably anticipating the questions that the interviewer might ask, and hopefully choosing the right colors to wear in order to ace your interview.
There are several things you want to avoid saying at your interview (such as how much you hated your previous boss, or how you can’t wait to get a full-time job so you can plan a vacation), but it’s also important to make sure that you don’t leave anything important out. Your interview is your chance to show just why you are the candidate for the job, and you don’t want to leave anything unsaid that will help your interviewer conclude that you are the right choice.
Here are four things to make sure you say in your interview. There’s a good chance the interviewer will flat-out ask you No. 4, so if you don’t have a good answer, you can kiss your chances of getting the job goodbye.