5 Body-Language Tips for Pulling Off the Perfect Job Interview

A hiring manager and an expert in nonverbal communication on putting your best foot forward

Your resume rules, your cover letter is flawless and you’ve impressed a hiring manager enough to get invited in to meet with them in person. Time to panic!

Interviews are often the most stressful part of job hunting. It’s usually the first time you’re meeting the person who might become your boss face to face, and you’re sometimes meeting several people back to back and trying to impress and charm them all.

Katie Ramp, director of talent at the advertising agency M/H VCCP, said she notices how candidates carry themselves and views them as clues for how they might interact with clients if she were to hire them.

“One of the things we’re looking for when we interview people is how well you are going to present to clients,” Ramp said.



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