Greensboro, NC -- Career Consultant Joyce Richman says every move you make, makes a difference in a job interview. In fact, even the things you do before your interview starts could affect your chances of landing the job.
Richman says your interview starts as soon as you walk in the building. Your phone should be off before you even walk in the door. Resist the urge to make or take calls when your waiting in the lobby.
When your interviewer comes to get you, follow him or her. Don't walk in front; it might look like you think you already have the job.
Don't touch the interviewer's desk. Consider that personal space. Papers and even pictures should be off limits.
Richman says just watch yourself and your actions from the moment you walk in the door to the moment you leave.