Over the last 70+ years, the world of work has experienced a dramatic revolution. Mindsets around who’s eligible for employment, wages and wardrobe have all changed. We conducted a survey this summer to see how Americans felt about what is and isn’t appropriate for work and wanted to show how those opinions are different from decades past.
Dress for Success
Whether preparing for an interview or going to work each day, the way you dress leaves an impression among other people. The following post includes factors to consider for attire in the workplace.
I know this may sound simplistic but a daily dilemma for me lately has been what to wear. Maybe it’s because I’m not a trend-setter or because we are transitioning between seasons. Either way it prompts the question of what do you wear for an interview or to work each
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While mature job seekers may have the experience needed to get new positions, there are certain factors that may hurt their searches. The following post explains.
It’s a risk to suggest to anyone over 40 that they need to change how they look, act and interact with people. All people at all stages of their career life can get stuck in a career rut. They can become dispirited with their current job, lose a job and lose out
Now that your resume has helped to secure an interview, you will need to prepare for it in order to get the job you want. The following post has tips for making your interview a success.
Landing a job at a company ranked as a best place to work is highly competitive. These companies are inundated with resumes on a daily basis so if you are one of the lucky few to get in the door, you don’t want to blow the interview process. While you’re skills matter, how you’ll fit in with their
While you may not think about it, the type of footwear worn to your interview leaves an impression, good or bad. In the following post, get some tips on wearing boots for your job interview.
No one wants to spend two hours in a job interview with wet feet. This time of year, snow or rain could dampen your footsteps as you head into an important career conversation (especially if you live in a region where it snows!). However, stepping into a job interview
If you want to be taken seriously in a job interview, one thing you should do is dress like a professional. The following post has tips to help you dress for success for this important meeting.
Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” – Mark Twain
Mark Twain forgot to mention accessories, from glasses to belt and even your coat, can make you appear to be a winner, a leader, a standout – or else someone who’s stuck in decades old items. Your suit may seem fine to you, but the HR manager across from you is wondering why you are wearing something so outdated or ill-fitting.
Are you interested to see how workplace attire has looked in past decades? The following post includes an infographic taking you through the styles of men and women.
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