7 Body Language Mistakes to Avoid at Your Next Job Interview (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 23 Jan 2017
You’ve jumped through all the hoops and now it’s time to see your potential new employer face-to-face. If the interview goes well, you’ll have yourself a cool new job. If the interview doesn’t go well…

You know what, let’s not go there. Just make sure that everything goes smoothly. Do all the necessary research, show up on time, and make sure to avoid the body language mistakes presented by the infographic below.

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Via Lifehacker and OnStride Financial.




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