Actually, you really should dress like everyone else!

I was directed to the following article by my work buddy Client Development Manager, who could tell us some hair frizzing stories about the inappropriate and outlandish get-ups supposed professionals have worn to interviews.

This is not the business and economic climate in which you remain hell-bent on displaying your individuality -- that is, if you're serious about wanting a job so you can pay your bills. This is a time when you want to look (and smell!) your best, and present the most professional, conservative, conformative You as possible.


(special thanks to Charlotte Observer and Diane Stafford of the Kansas City Star)

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