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20 people who walked out on a job interview share the red flags that made them run.

20 people who walked out on a job interview share the red flags that made them run.

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When you're on the job hunt each interview can feel like a nerve-wracking event. On the other side of the desk sits a person with the power to give you a regular paycheck and a newfound sense of stability, and so much of it relies on making a good first impression.

However, not all job interviews are created equal. While it normally feels like the power lies with the interviewer, there are times when the workplace red flags are so glaring it's not even worth considering the job.

In these situations, noping out is the best way to avoid wasting anyone's time, and it gives you more time to focus on an opportunity that feels like a real fit.

In a recent Reddit thread, people who have ditched a job interview shared what went down and it's a good reminder that you don't always have to settle in the workplace.

1. elcasaurus was too good at math to accept the job.

It was a sales position at a air filter company. He liked me enough to start talking salary which is where I noped out. Basically it was a ridiculously complicated system where I could make UP TO a certain amount, but really realistically I'd be making less than minimum wage. He kind of got red faced and bitchy when I kept saying "but wait, this means I'll be making like $5/hour. I must not be understanding this right because you advertised this position as $40k/year. Can you explain? Am I missing something?"

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