How body language can increase confidence in interviews

05/14/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Job candidates should adopt a "power pose" to project confidence in their body language during an interview, career expert Marla Gottschalk writes in this blog post. Candidates should be authentic and enthusiastic in interviews and not sit in a closed position that makes them appear small, she writes. "Adopt a power pose that reflects an increased level of confidence -- it can affect your presence during the interview."

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