15 Times Your Resting Bitch Face Stopped You From Getting a Graduate Job
It literally is just your face, but the people interviewing you never seem to understand that.
1. When you’re waiting to go into the interview and you’re unintentionally watching everyday office life like this:
2. When you talk about how genuinely happy you are to be there but you didn’t tell your face.
3. When you’re introduced to people in the office and unknowingly look at them like this:
4. When you actually are really interested in what’s being said but no one would know it from your expression.
5. When you’re just listening to the question but it looks as though you’re regretting every single one of your recent life choices.
6. When you’re telling everyone how passionate you are about the role but you look like this:
7. When you’re simply thinking of what you want to say but it looks like you’re thinking about how much you hate everyone in the room.
8. When you try to convince people how much of a team player you are but your face is saying this:
9. When you’re pitching your ideas for what you could bring to the role but you look like you would sooner have never applied for it in the first place.
10. When you’re asked where you see yourself and the company a few years from now and you look as though you see yourself far, far away from everything and everyone.
11. When you’re discussing how one of your greatest skills is your ability to engage with people but you look like you mean this:
12. When you actually did find the boss’s joke funny but it really didn’t seem like it.
13. When you’re really impressed with everything you’ve seen and discussed but the excitement hasn’t reached your face.
14. When, at the end of the interview, you say how much you’re looking forward to hearing from them but your enthusiasm doesn’t translate:
15. And when, rather than leave showing how hopeful you are, you accidentally look like this:
“We regret to inform you that we went with someone who had a bit more enthusiasm.” 😐😐😐