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Tips For Acing A Job Interview

Dress For Success. Here's How

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What an interviewer sees when he or she meets you is the first impression. Since you don't get a chance to do it over, it helps to make it your best.

Tips by experts gathered together by MONEY Magazine include:

  • Plan ahead. Do not choose what you will wear at the last minute.
  • Try to figure out what the general dress code is for the organization. You can ask around,or check to see if the company posts photos of its employees online or on social media. 
  • When in doubt, go with neutral colors. According to MONEY:
    • Blue and black signify someone who is a team player. They also convey leadership
    • Gray gives the impression that the person is logical - which also shows he or she is organized
    • Brown suggests dependability
    • Orange indicates unprofessionalism.
    • If you want a pop of color, consider matching your eye color. For example, if you have green eyes, a pop of green in your tie or blouse will bring out your eyes and help grab the interviewer's attention.

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