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By CAREEREALISM Founder, J.T. O'Donnell Need a lift? Many of us ride elevators almost daily for work. But, according to an article in BusinessWeek, we may not realize what our body language is saying to those around us. When every action we have in the working world can define our personal brand (a.k.a. how co-workers, managers and potential employers perceive our worth), this article got me thinking:

What if people are hurting their careers because of the impression they give in an elevator?


Think I'm crazy? Well, choose which of the 10 options below best represents you. Then, read the article and see what it says you're telling those riding the elevator with you. The answer may surprise you! [poll id="8"] Now, read BusinessWeek's article on 'Elevator Etiquette' here...
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