On job interviews: is honesty still the best policy
The year after I graduated from university, I was on a job hunting frenzy. I did not have anything specific in mind I just applied for whatever I thought could be worth doing at the time. After like a dozen interview or so, I've had some hits and I've had some misses as well. While contemplating my experiences during the hunt, I realized that most of the times I failed was when I decided to answer honestly while my successful interviews were the ones where I just gave the interviewers the answers I thought they wanted to hear.
So, what about you? From your experience, do you think honesty is still the best policy when it comes to job interviews?