Have you ever wondered how to dress for a job interview? You must have, because one of the more overused fashion magazine tropes is just that and the idea gets recycled constantly. Of course, none of them really acknowledge that appropriate dress for a job position may depend on that specific position/that specific office culture/that specific industry, as opposed to some fashion editor’s idea of nebulous “business.” Still, we read a whole bunch of these breakdowns purporting to make you fit to become that vague executive of something and then we decided to condense all of those suggestions into one helpful Illustrated Guide. Happy hunting! More
Topic: job interviews
In the past decade, I have coached hundreds of people through standardized tests.
While a few genuinely have panic attacks and require the care of a mental health professional, most just suffer from the sort of fight-or-flight response that two million years of evolution have decided is an appropriate response to heights, snakes, and being asked questions regarding the rate at which a cylindrical tank will empty if it is simultaneously being filled and leaking and also the radius of the tank is the square root of a variable. More
Here’s a hint for erstwhile job applicants: if you’re going to submit a resume somewhere, try not to submit a resume to a store you regularly shoplift from. A woman in Barrie, Ontario, applied to work at a clothing store. … More