Dress to impress

Ladies, great tips for what to wear to those all-important interviews: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/interview-outfits-for-women-2061091


Always dress to impress. Even if the job is a jeans and t-shirt type of job. The philosophy I learned, in my case, show up for…

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Do interviews freak you out?

It can feel a little difficult to prepare for an interview when you are not sure what to expect.

In this 1 minute video produced by one of our talented interns Rachel Swansburg real Jobcase employees share their interview tips with you!

Make sure to watch the video so you feel more confident and prepared before your next interview.

So tell us, did we miss anything?

What are some interview tips that have worked well for you in the past?


Looking for work please help

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First Day!

Hi! It's my first day as an intern and I started at a company that has a casual dress code - am I expected to dress formally seeing as I am an intern, or is it okay to dress causally as well??

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Always dress professionally no matter what the dress code is as that set you up and set an expectation of how people see you if…

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Second Interview, totally formal?

I was asked back for a second interview to meet co-workers. I thought this seemed more casual, but it wasn't. I think I misread the situation. What advise can I get for second interview with multiple co-workers across the table.

I would treat it like the first interview, unless you were told to dress differently. Never assume.

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Dress for success

When in doubt, it’s better to overdress than underdress. Here’s a fun little study that supports the theory. In the end it has as much to do w your own confidence as anything. So when looking to that next interview, or just going to work Monday morning- pause and make sure you feel good about the way you present yourself. It just might help make the difference ....

I totally agree,and believe it or not,but we as people do judge by what we see. I believe in dressing respectfully, and also…

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On an interview you should wear...

First of all, I am “old school” and I have been a recruiter longer than some of the readers have been on the planet. Leading with that disclosure, let me say that I have been a sad confused witness to candidates’ wearing everything from a halter top and shorts to Halloween customs.
Remember people, what your mom told you still holds true in 2017 – you never get a second chance to make a first impression!!!! The approved dress code for most…

That is so correct. I live in Florida and the heat is horrible. When I go to a job interview I still wear dresses and heels. I am…

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Job Ready Tip #6: Your Interview Outfit

The sixth installment of our Job Ready Tips series. Click #JobReadyTips to see them all. #jobready #jobreadytip


Tip for an interview:

Men: Trim your hair and remove your facial hair. Facial hair of any kind. Don't wear your hair looking…

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On an interview you should wear...

you can pretty much wear anything you want to, to an interview at adventureland park. you will most likely get hired for the job, mostly everyone and anyone gets hired no matter your background or what not.

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On an interview you should wear...

Suit and tie.

How To Dress For Interviews If You Get Feedback from and application you filled out ?

If Someone calls you back from an application you've recently filled out and they schedule an interview you probably will want to wear something casual A white shirt and black pants the usual ! And always make eye contact, oh and make sure you smile! And make sure you're well groomed and Your Hygiene is Good !

Let the employer lead the interview, be a good listener and ask questions always be cheerful and polite soft spoken be honest when…

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So I've been at my job since the beginning of July. We have a very high turnover rate and I was looking to get atleast full time since I'm currently part time. Well my Store Manager was pushing for me to get that position but a hold was put on it because we were getting a new District Manager. We were without a new DM for about a month and then my Manager told me he was pushing it through once again since the new DM was assigned. Well I had…

Give it another try and wear gloves, something over your uniform for like 2 or 3 months then speak on your own behalf once more…

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