Found a great article link at Philly.comOver 40? Here are 7 things never to say in an interview. ..."I've got 25 yearsof experience." While you may think such statements make you a shoo-in, they are more likely to make you sound like a dinosaur. "What the interviewer hears is `I'm so bogged down in what I believe I already know that I'll be difficult to work with,'" says Rosemary Hook, a recruiter in Austin, Texas. "You paint yourself as unfriendly to learning new things." Besides, in many industries, what was happening even five years ago is ancient history: Concentrate on your most recent experience, and how it applies to this company. "I see myself staying in this job until I retire." While you might think such a statement demonstrates your commitment, avoid putting the r-word in their heads. Employers rightfully want applicants with plenty to give, not someone looking to coast through the last few years of their career, says Augustine......."No, I don't have any more questions." Almost all interviewers will end by asking you what else you'd like to know. Don't squander the opportunity to score more points, Augustine says. Some of her favorites: *If I were to join this organization and be successful, what are the three things I would accomplish in my first 90 days? *How do you see me stacking up against your other candidates? *What is the time frame for hiring, and how would you like me to follow up? The point is to leave on a note that conveys your enthusiasm and professionalism.