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If you've got a job interview coming up, experts have pinpointed five key words it's wise to steer clear of.

According to Jason Walker, director at Hays recruitment agency, using phrases like 'obviously' and 'workaholic' could harm your chances of landing your dream role. 

Speaking to Seek, the expert shared the five words you should stop using now - and advised adopting the 'STAR method' - which stands for Situation, Task, Action and Results - to help you secure the job you want. 

Meanwhile Ian Scott, manager at Randstad Technologies, a British-based recruitment agency, suggested a number of other 'generic' words to ditch from your vocabulary in interviews.

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