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Common Nonverbal Mistakes Made at a Job Interview

Common Nonverbal Mistakes Made at a Job Interview
from a survey of 2000 bosses

21% – Playing with hair or touching face

47% – Having little or no knowledge of the company is the most common mistake job seekers make during interviews.

67% – Failure to make eye contact

38% – Lack of smile

33% – Bad posture

21% – Corssign arms over their chest

9% – Using too many hand gestures

26% – Handshake that is too weak

33% – Fidgeting too much

33% – In a survey of 2000 bosses claimed that they know within the first 90 seconds of an interview whether they will hire someone

The average length of an interview is approximately 40 minutes

Statistics show that when meeting new people the impact is:

7% – From what we actually say

38% – The quality of our voice, grammer and overall confidence

55% – The way we dress, act and walk through the door

70% – Employers caliming they don’t want applicants to be fashionable or trendy

65% – Of bosses said clothes could be the deciding factor between two similar candidates.

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