When you need a job or you really wish to change jobs it can be a time filled with a tremendous amount of different emotions.

Job interviews can be exciting and something to look forward to. They can also be nerve-wracking and stressful.

Most people know they need to have an updated resume. Most people know they need to dress professionally and be ready to answer questions about the business they are hoping will hire them.

But, do most of us think about the non-verbal ways we communicate our interest in the job or our true personalities? What you don't say can be just as impactful as what you say.

Your body language can also speak volumes about who you are and what kind of worker you might be.

If you are that person in your group who is constantly fidgeting, and you can't seem to stay still, it's likely going to be notified by the person interviewing you according to careerbuilder.com.

Most people tend to concentrate on what they will say during an interview. Some people may take notes and put them on notecards to take with them. We often think about all the things we should say and all of the things we shouldn't say, but how you present yourself to someone interviewing when neither is talking, truly matters.

What are some of the things you should think about not doing on a job interview? Here are the top ten things you need to consider about your non-verbal communication before your next job interview.


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