The biggest mistakes Gen Z makes in job interviews, according to a recruiter

Emily Levine has been interviewing job candidates for years. Levine joined staffing firm Career Group Companies in 2010 and is now the company’s executive vice president. She has recruited for real estate, consulting, finance and even some A-list celebrities looking for personal assistants.

Over her decade-plus in the industry, she’s seen some odd behavior in job interviews. And some of the strangest instances occurred last year, when she was interviewing younger candidates, Levine says. Many “Gen Z candidates don’t know, I would say, interview etiquette.”