In a previous posts, I shared several posts about how your body language communicates and how to use your body language in an interview for the best results. The other side of the coin is how to read body language and how important it can be to read body language in an interview. Daisy May Hartwell has developed this infographic on Custom-Writing to help you read your interviewer and figure out if your interviewer is being staight with you:
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