YP: Interview Attire – the dos and don’ts

Katie Hinderer | 14 July 2011
’ve got a thing or two to say about what you should and shouldn’t wear to a job interview. You see, my father has worked in human resources for more than 30 years and so over the years I’ve picked up a few of his tips, pearls of wisdom and pet peeves.
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