Everyone knows the downside to arriving late to an interview, but arriving more than 10-15 minutes early is just as bad. Hiring managers can get uncomfortable when an interviewee is lingering in the lobby. Besides, checking in too early means you have to figure out what to do while you are waiting, a choice which is always observed and can sometimes reflect poorly on you. Case in point is the image above. Need I say more?
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