Going to a job interview? Make sure you show your employer that you’re the right person for the position. However, keep in mind that it’s not always about what you say verbally. Sometimes, what says the most about you are your non-verbal cues.

Body language can make or break anything, and that includes your shot at your dream job. Any bodily movement could show your disinterest or nervousness no matter how much you try to mask it with clever and rehearsed lines and company research. And don't think that this is limited to when you're in the interview room alone. You never know who might be looking at you while you're in the waiting room.

Before your interview, keep cool. Think calm thoughts and run through what you’re going to do or say in your mind. Scroll through the gallery for a few body language tips to do while waiting for your turn to be interviewed.

For more expert tips on job opportunities, grab a copy of Jumpstart Your Career, available in all bookstores and newsstands nationwide for P195.


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