If you want to score a job, it's important to consider how you carry yourself in an interview. In fact, your body language is just as important as what's coming out of your mouth, says Barry Drexler, an expert interview coach with over 30 years of HR experience.
"You have to be conscious of how you're moving your body," says Drexler. "But a lot of people aren't."
Body language includes how you sit and whether you're making eye contact, he says, and it can negatively impact how the interviewer judges your performance.
Here are the four most common body language mistakes that you should be aware of, according to Drexler: