Jack Floyd
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Body language is important in an interview never cross your arms don't fidget and steeple your hands it shows confidence

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Alexis Smith

First expressions should always be your best. #dontWearYourEmotions🚩🚩🚩 If ur having an off day I don’t think 💭 wearing it to the interview (Body Language speaks louder than words)

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Joann Farris

Confidence and dress approperately..

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Micheal Bryce

Body language speaks a lot on your behave also,please don't laugh unnecessary or sit down in a wrong position also,lol.....

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Barbara Hobbs

Smile, breathe, relax, be happy, attentive, alert, positive, upbeat, interested and don’t fidget, slump, cross your arms, but do look people in the eyes when you answer questions, do not interrupt others when speaking or interviewing you, but do: look rested (get enough sleep or wear makeup, clean non-wrinkled clothes, do not look tired, sleepy, hungover, bored or restless, fidgety, or hyperactive). Sell your traits-confident, dependable (show up for work on time and ready to go), attention to detail, problem solver/resourcefulness, time management (you don’t show up and then waste time never getting jobs done), and most of all, team player (be a part of a team, willing to work with others to get work done and help provide work schedule coverage when others need to be off for personal time, vacation or illness).

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Susan Riggs

if the body language to my point of view and my own opinion the body language reflects the state of mind and confidence in which you are

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Kenneth Ash

(see above)

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Rebecca Mudrak

Body language is important on any interview. As I am a manager if you don’t have good body language I would think twice on hiring that person because managers only have the one interview to make a decision on weather the person is a good fit for the job. If you are we are laying in the interview slouching it would seam that that person is not prepared or care about the job they are interviewing for. But that’s my opinion.

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Paul Hogan

I guess it would depend on what they're seeking. If you are to be motivating and intriguing in your ability to lead there will be some physical charisma. You really don't want the employer to have to pull you out of your show but I feel as an employer you don't want to let that next Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant slip through your fingers

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Shonna Potter

Body language says so much without saying anything..Please don't yawn at an interview, lol...

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