Nail Your Job Interview: Steer Clear of These 8 Body Language Blunders!
Avoiding eye contact with your interviewer is a major body language mistake and can hinder your impression.
Excessive hand gestures: Many job seekers worry about their handshake, but overusing hand movements can also affect their chances of success.
Smile, even if your resume is impeccable. Nobody prefers to work with a perpetually anxious or irritable colleague
Continuous fidgeting is a surefire way to miss out on a job offer, whether it's playing with a pen or shifting in your seat.
Crossing your arms is often interpreted as a sign of annoyance, disinterest, or boredom by the person you're talking to.
Even with an impressive resume, poor posture can convey indifference, lack of confidence, or even impoliteness
Poor posture can make you appear lazy or uninterested in the conversation.
Excessive touching of your face, hair, or clothes can be distracting and may signal nervousness.