There’s more to acing interviews than holding the vocal fry

A creaky voice is often off-putting, but it may not toast your job prospects

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Vocal fry is a voice register that adds a guttural razz to the end of words and sentences. It’s something of a fad among young women, but a new study suggests that they should hold the fry when interviewing for a job.


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