Jennifer Theareasea Simonjobity.Edwards
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Dress for success

As we go on our job interviews using only what we have casually wareing clothing shirt and blue jeans just make sure you are neat and clearly spoken your first impression is your best impression I have hired younger men and women in the past on there demeanor well spoken and great eye contact and asked for what they wanted from a job and hired them that very day !!!.

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Donna Kidd

Hello I have been looking for work but I know my clothes are not nice. I would like for some one to help me out to find a good job PLEASE HELP ME SOME ONE I NEED NICE CLOTHES TO FIND A JOB

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Lolita Jones

My last interview i had gave me really good vibes, i am a medical assistant, this was the first interview i ever had which included for me to shadow another medical assistant , and meet the staff, plus gave me a tour of the office plus the hiring manager gave me her business card , is this a good sign?

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Matt Pross

Dear God. The "grammar", or lack thereof, sent a chill down my spine.
For starters, subscribe to the Podcast, "Grammar Girl, Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing" www.QuickAndDirtyTips.com As you find time, I would suggest you scroll down into previous episodes. You will, no doubt, come across some episodes that discuss the merits of using better grammar in situations that beg to be correctly conveyed.

Best of Hunting and Finding.

M.P.

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Wilson Bynum

Bussiness Like

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Patricia Saunders

Thanks, 4 Been A Great Person . Giving People The Chance They Don't Always Have The Clothes That They Need 2 Go On A Interview...It Not What U Wear It How U Wear It...

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Tia Vaughn

I understood the point of your post and whether or not it was grammatically correct, the fact that you took the time to voice your opinion to help those that may be unsure of what an employer is seeking on a job interview is admirable. The only thing I would add is that nearly every thrift store in your local area will stock professional clothing for both men and women for around $2-$5 for an outfit, so it may be worth spending a little time seeking that perfect interview outfit. I have heard to always dress one step above the position in which you are applying for. That being said, I am not 100% sure what that means, lol...but a $2.00 pair of slacks might be an investment that brings a priceless return. Thanks Jennifer for offering your time to post a comment to encourage others. :)

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Errol Rupp

Whats your take on older applicants with some grey and years of experience

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Pr.Somasekharan Nair

I agree

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Deborah Marshall

How you present yourself is important, probably the most important, then how you converse in your interview is next. It is what gets you noticed as standing out. Blue jeans to me or casual clothing is mostly frowned upon in most places it leaves the employer feeling that if you can't take the time to dress proper; then how will you do your job? Halfway? I have heard human resource managers say that time and time again it is the most important rule. You should be very well spoken but dressing and well spoken and able to show you can verbally communicate is the entire package and you can't leave anyone of the components out. So when you speak about hiring people not based on how they are dressed well I would think twice on that one because anyone can fool anyone. You also would want to work on the verbiage in your post very hard to follow.

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Preston Mercant

Thanks for the heads up.

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