With unemployment up, these days good jobs are harder to come by. It pays to make a great impression when you get an interview -- your job interview haircut and shave are nearly as important as what you wear. These are my tips for proper grooming for a job interview.
Ladies, there’s something we all need to agree on. Finding the perfect business professional outfit to wear to an interview is nearly impossible. There are countless guidelines that you have to keep in mind when you’re dressing to impress, and it can be a bit overwhelming. Here are some tips to keep you looking confident and sharp when you head into your next interview!
Before an interview you need to get ready. Shower, brush your teeth, put on deodorant and put on some good clothes. Don't over do makeup or body spray. Don't under or overdress. Finally make sure you have the right type of shoes.
You start a new job. You’re getting to know your co-workers, sizing them up, learning everyone’s roles and positions at the company. You’re figuring out who you jive with, who you may butt heads with, who the office clown is… But then it happens: A co-worker makes a comment to you, outside the presence of other employees, about one of your co-workers.
These are some tips for an interview. Avoid mistakes, you don't want the interviewer to think you weren't prepared. Dress for success, you want to look nice and give a good impression. Be prepared for a phone or group interview, they are more common than most think. Try and interview while dining so you can show your etiquette.
If someone asked how you prepare for a job interview, you’d likely rattle off the basics. Updated resume? Check. Valuable knowledge on the company you’re interviewing with? Of course. Smart questions to ask your interviewer? You’ve got savvy inquiries for days.
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