Body Language for Interview
The Importance of Body Language in an Interview

Preparing good answers for common interview questions is a great way to appear qualified and confident. … The rest will come from your body language. Remembering a few things about effective body language can help you communicate a positive message to your interviewer.

Ask for the Job

You can say, “I want you to know that I am very interested in carrying out this role for your firm, and do hope that you will be extending an offer or offering me a spot in the next round of interviews. Please let me know if you have any further questions for me going forward.”

It’s okay to use your hands to illustrate a few important points. In fact, research suggests that staying too still can give the impression of coldness. But relying too much on hand gestures can be distracting, according to Molidor and Parus. Remember, it’s an interview, not a theatrical performance.
Your posture during your job interview
  1. Sit up straight. This may seem like stating the obvious, but if your seat has side rails you may be tempted to lean to the left or to the right. …
  2. Stay calm and sit quietly. Do not wiggle in your chair and keep your legs still. …
  3. Don’t try to hide your stress too much.
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