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Below are the highlights from the report:
32 percent are unqualified for the jobs they're applying for.
62 percent need to become more familiar with the companies they are applying at.
59 percent need to improve their body language and posture in interviews.
57 percent need to speak more clearly about their past experiences.
55 percent need to dress more appropriately for interviews.
53 percent need to be more positive and better avoid being negative about past jobs.
74 percent do not send a thank-you note after interviewing for a job.
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