Examples of nervous habits seen when interviewing include:
- “Deer in the headlights” look when a question catches you by surprise
- Widening of eyes when trying to put emphasis on things being said
- Thumping of foot or knee
- Fidgeting with a pen, your fingers, hair, mustache or beard
- Fidgeting with clothing, watch or rings
- Excessive swallowing
- Licking corner of mouth
- Rolling of eyes
- Breaking of eye contact with difficult questions
- Nervously tugging at any pieces of clothing
- Trying to appear too relaxed and lounging when sitting
- Stuttering or repeating what you said
- Speaking in circles without a clear beginning or end
And these are just a few of the examples!
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