SolveYourProblem eLearning Series: Job Interviews
Help Me Nail My Job Interview!

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What To Wear At A Job Interview:
Dressing the Part

Choose your attire the day before your interview. You want to make sure that your clothes do not have any wrinkles or stains on them. Pick an outfit that best suits the type of job you are applying for. If you are going to work in an office setting, you should dress conservatively. A nice dark suit is good for men. Soft earth tones are best for women. Try to avoid mini skirts and shirts that show too much skin.

Of course if you are planning to work outdoors or in an artistic environment, you can dress a little more casually. Just be certain to avoid wearing denim jeans, over-sized clothing, and under-sized clothing. Women should try and avoid wearing too much make-up as well. It gives the wrong impression.

Even in the hotter seasons, you should not wear sandals or gym shoes to an interview. It sends an unprofessional message. The same goes for hats and other accessories.

 

Get Organized

Make sure that all of the things you will need for the interview are prepared the day before. Make a checklist of the things that you will need. You should always have 3 extra resumes handy during the interview. You should also bring with you a note pad to take notes during the interview if needed. (Only write down the important things that you think you will need to remember) If you have a business card, have one handy, it makes for easy contact later, and it also shows that you are professional and may help the employer to remember your name.

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