Be natural at interviews

Personnel Managers tend to employ women who stick to standardised feminine behaviour during interviews like smiling, nodding and looking away. This is the finding of a study by psychologists from London University’s Goldsmiths College.

Jo Silvester, the principal researcher, said the assessors were looking for different things from males and females.

They were more likely to take in men who made more eye contact, did not fidget with things during the interview and who took credit for their past successes, he said.


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