13 Non-Obvious Things That Influence the Result of Your Job Interview

9Your voice and accent

Soon in the near future, some companies will be able to identify whether a candidate is suitable for the job or not by simply judging their voice. For the position, they will estimate the voice’s attractiveness whether it is calm or not. Unfortunately for those with foreign accents are not considered for a managerial position because their accent is considered to be a drawback by some employers. While it may seem unfair, it would be best to always keep this fact in mind.

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10How much you sweat

Sweating is a sign of nervousness. So, when you are waiting for an interview, ask for a glass of water. Water helps in regulating the body temperature which will reduce and stop your heavy sweating.

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11Your attitude toward others

People learn more about you from your attitude towards others than from your CV. An HR specialist will observe the way you communicate with your colleagues and including the janitor. Your chances can increase if you choose to be polite with everyone.

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12The place you’re from

If you as well as your HR specialist are from the same city or same neighborhood, just this fact can play out very well for you. This is because we tend to subconsciously appreciate people and things we have something in common with.

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13Sending an email

Awaiting the results is yet another important part of an interview. In fact, it is a good idea to send a “thank you” letter within 24 hours after your interview and make sure to do it during working hours. By postponing the sending of the letter, you might give the employer the impression that you are not interested in the job or they might even forget about you by then.

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