You’ve been called for a job interview. Now it’s time to look your best.
When you’re looking for a job, there’s a lot that goes into the process of getting hired. You have to really make sure all your ducks are in a row, and in a lot more ways than just one. To start you’ve got to have your resume in order, get your references in line, and make sure your cover letter is the most charming piece of writing you can possibly come up with. Once all this is said and done, though, you’ve got to make sure you look nice for your job interview.
Anyone who reads your resume and likes what they see is going to want to meet you in person, and unless you’re looking to work on the Internet, you’re going to want to make sure that your physical appearance – the very first thing about you that people will notice when they meet you in person – is as well presented as possible.
We’ll talk about some of the best ways your appearance might cost you. Of course, your ability to work isn’t always reflected by the way you look, but this doesn’t mean that your potential employers feel the same way. Appearance can be important, and we’ll five classic mistakes you can avoid making when you hit the job trail.