Depending on your perspective, fashion can represent different views to different people. What one person might think is “trendy” another may call it “fashion”. Everyone likes to make a statement about them in one way, shape or form. Some choose the way they dress or adorn themselves, either by jewelry, piercings, tattoos, hair color/style, or clothing. When you’re searching for a job, you may have to take into consideration how to tone down your personal statement depending on the industry in which you are seeking employment. If you haven’t been landing the job you know you are qualified to get even though you have had interview after interview, maybe it’s time to re-evaluate your personal statement as described in this blog. We are attaching a few articles today, all having to do with dress, appearance and presentation. Take the time to review and give yourself an objective evaluation to see if some adjustments could bring about a positive response from your next interviewer.
10 Interview Fashion Blunders
6 Style Tips for Interview Success
Tattoos & Interviews
Take a moment to realize that although you may conform to an industry standard for your successful employment does not mean you are any less than you were before. You and everything you have to offer is more than the sum of your appearance!
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