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We've all had bad job interviews before, but most people have to be put through a lot of BS before they walk out on the interviewer. Over on Reddit, people shared the stories of times they were pushed too far during interviews. One thing that continually gets people to leave is when employers lie about job positions in the listing -usually because they want to lure people into a shady sales job.
There are also quite a few interviews where the laws were actually broken. One particularly bad story:
"Are you deciding to have any kids soon? We'd rather not hire you then have to fire you when you're knocked up." I was 15 at the time.
Another thing that seems to drive a lot of people to leave is when interviewers don't bother to show up on time:
I showed up about ten minutes early, signed in, all that jazz... and waited. and waited. and waited. 45 minutes later I got up, asked the receptionist (who looked seriously embarrassed) to let my interviewer know I was no longer interested, and left. Two hours later I got a rude call asking if I had forgotten the appointment. I laughed and hung up.
See all the stories over at Reddit