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Friday
Mar082013

Jobs for Veterans: So Cal Vets Get Help from Disney, Working Wardrobes

Thanks to NBC Los Angeles for the video.

Wednesday
Sep052012

Interview Clothing: Colors You Should Wear to an Interview

The job market, while slowly improving, is still rife with competition. Job seekers are spending substantial amounts of time fine-tuning resumes, researching potential employers and prepping for interviews, all in a quest to land a new job. The aforementioned steps are crucial, but don't overlook this very important element: your interview outfit.

Many workplaces have gone the casual route, so it may be easy to overlook the importance of what should be worn to an interview. But acceptable attire once you have a job may be very different from acceptable attire during the interview process. You don't want to be too formal; you're not going to a black tie wedding. But you're not going to a barbeque either. Shorts and jeans are an obvious no-no. Anything with a sports team logo should stay in your dresser drawer. However, you can almost always feel confident and secure in a well-fitting, conservative suit.

This brings us to the next question: What color should I wear?

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