TED Talks video about the importance of body language and how your body language can have an impact during an interview.
There are questions which employers commonly ask, and it’s important to be prepared to respond to those interview questions. You don’t need to memorize an answer, but do think about what you’re going to say, so you’re not put on the spot during the job interview.
TIP: Try recording yourself while practicing interview questions. This will help you work on other non-verbal signals such as your body language and hand movements while you are speaking. Don’t be too hard on yourself, this will be first time you actually see yourself answering questions on screen. You may be shocked on how you appear or sound—maybe saying too many “Ummms” or “Like”, or even nervous coughs and twitches. This is your chance to prepare yourself and practice.
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