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Looking for a job? Your body language has to be on point during any of your job interviews. Your potential employers’ body language should also speak volume to you. It helps too if you can read facial expressions. Having a good memory is also essential. To find out how clued up you are on body language, test your amazing brain…

Test Your Amazing Brain


By Catherine Adenle

During a job interview or while looking for work, your body language speaks volumes. Just as well, the potential employers’ body language gives away unspoken concerns or doubts.  Good job seekers can subtly utilise their body language to further persuade the interviewers.

Postures, gestures, facial expressions, poses, positions and looks tell people what you are thinking but not verbalising. Your body language tells the interviewer things about you. It communicates a lot of information about you, regardless of what comes out of your mouth.

Potential employers pay attention to how you behave during the interview process because they want to get a better sense of you as a person in general.

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To check if you are clued up on body language, reading facial expressions and remembering things, why not test your amazing brain by clicking on the picture below…

Body Talk: What do people secretly mean by their body language?

Reading Faces: Do you understand facial expressions?

Memory Mastermind: How good is your memory?

    Good Eyewitness: Do you remember everything you see, or would you be an unreliable witness?

Click to try an experiment or take a test

Click to try an experiment or take a test


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So, have you tested your amazing brain? What do you think? Let’s hear from you.

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Catherine Adenle
Founder, Catherine's Career Corner. The career site empowering and inspiring ambitious candidates of all ages and professions to thrive and work smarter on their careers. Gladly helping all career-minded people worldwide to explore their career, manage change and understand how new technologies are changing and enhancing the future of work.
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