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My Top Interview Tips - Anika May
Of course interviews for different positions vary, but after the many interviews I have had before getting my job, it learned a few tips and tricks to finally reaching success. Body language Slouching is unattractive on the outside and it doesn’t scream professionalism. Sitting straighter than an ironing board looks unnatural and isn’t comfortable either. The best thing to do is sit straight, but not rigid. Have an engaged posture without coming off too informal. Putting your feet up is a no-no, it’s improper and rude. Using your hands and gesturing suggests you’re well-spoken, but going over the top implies otherwise. Smile I am one of many suffering with resting bitch face syndrome. My resting face looks like a death stare and most the time I’m not aware of it. An interview is the exact place you should be aware of it. There’s no need for the full Cheshire Cat but a modest smile goes a long way. My current manager actually said one of the first things he noticed was that I was the only candidate to smile when greeted and a first impression can mean everything. Chat, not waffle It’s nice for employers to see the colloquial side …