One of my biggest pet peeves and one of the biggest interviewing faux pauxs that people make is using the word "we" in an interview. As in, "Well, what WE did was build the models using SAS." We? Is there a mouse in your pocket or something? What's this we crap? I am not interviewing your company or your team, I am interviewing YOU. I want to know what YOU do. How is an interviewer to decipher between what YOU do and what your co-workers did if you keep using the term "we"? An interview is intended to identify candidate skills and personality, not to hear what cool thing your company is doing or how your team worked on a project (unless you managed the team.) This is my memo to the world of job seekers: talk about YOU and what YOU do and what YOUR skills are. Avoid "we" talk. It's frustrating and in the end if I can't tell what YOU do, I'm not going to place you anywhere.
If you do have a mouse in your pocket: seek help.