4 body language tips to remember for your next interview

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By Shreya Chakravorty

The importance of body language in interviews is as important as your resume or portfolio. But many people don’t have the correct knowledge about this subject and because of which they aren’t able to communicate well. So, here are some tips on how to use your gestures during a job interview.

Body posture

Body posture tells a lot about our energy levels, enthusiasm, and personality as a whole. The way you are sitting or your hand posture tells a lot about your confidence.

Facial expressions

Facial expressions are the first and foremost instruments to get your message across to the interviewer. So, work on your expressions because it plays a certain kind of image in front of your interviewers.


A gesture can be defined as a non-verbal communication through body actions. Sometimes people convey their feelings through gestures, and not speech.


Deep breathing always helps in taking important decisions. But when you are in interviews or important meetings, it is of utmost importance to control your breathing by including full usage of the diaphragm and abdomen regions.

She is a trainee writer at TimesJobs.

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