For all the power of your words, you should know that your body language says things you might not be aware of or mean at all. These signals send messages to interviewers, who often actually look for such signs.
Eye Contact: It could be something as simple as shyness, but if you don’t look directly at people, they think you are shifty and distrusting. Practice looking people right in the eye. It is very important in life in general, but especially during an interview. Read More at EmploymentCrossing
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