Interviewing for a new job is no mean feat.Not only do you have to spend the night before researching the ins and outs of the role, choosing an appropriate outfit, and thinking of a valid excuse to pull a sickie in work the next day, you're then faced with the pressure of appearing calm, poised and confident in front of a panel of strangers, while attempting to ignore the sweat trickling down the nape of your neck.However, this is what all interviewees go through, rightWell, no actually, according to a new study which has found that women are given a tougher time during interviews and are interrupted more than men.The study, published last week in the journal of Social Sciences (reported by ...