Gender in the Job Interview
Chronicle of Higher Education
Interviewing isn't always an equal playing field. Women are often perceived as interviewing poorly due to timid body language and use of qualifying statements. Luckily, women don't need to simply "act more like men." Instead, candidates should actively consider how they will be perceived: start strong; take credit; and show presence. Conversely, responsible hiring committees should remember their priorities: don't be too quick to judge and consider potential for double-standards.