Job interviews are stressful, not least of all because it’s hard to tell if you’re on your way to the next round or being crossed off the short list altogether. After an interview, you might have a feeling you completely nailed it but a few hours or even days later you start questioning every answer you gave and every joke you made.
But spending several weeks waiting to find out if you’ll get a job offer and over-thinking every response won't give you any answers. Luckily, there are some telltale signs to look for in the interview and in the days following that can help you figure out whether a job offer is coming your way. So, pay attention to a these 8 signs:
The Interviewer Nods, Smiles And Seems To Enjoy The Conversation
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The interviewer acts interested (sits up straight), polite, listens carefully, asks good questions and the discussion goes smoothly. If you notice a very friendly and warm demeanor, it could be a good sign. Though any professional will likely conduct him or herself with good decorum regardless of what they think of you - you should pay attention to their body language, when the interviewer smiles, maintains eye contact, and leans in toward you while you speak - it's a good sign.