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What to Wear and Bring to a Job Interview

McMaster University What to Wear to an Interview Tidy hair Business Professional Fresh haircut Natural looking makeup Clean shaven Minimal jewelry Blouse & blazer Shirt & tie co-ordinate well with suit or blazer & pants No visible tattoos or No visible piercings piercings (other than ear lobes) or tattoos Clean hands & nails Optional jewelry: ring, wrist watch Neutral nail polish (optional) Clean hands & nails Blazer matches dress pants or skirt Fits well, freshly pressed No stains Fits well, freshly pressed No stains If wearing a skirt, use dark or black hosiery TIP: To make the look less formal, remove suit jacket Dress shoes clean & polished Closed-toe dress shoes Classic pump Clean & polished Your choice of style and formality should be reflective of the workplace culture & the job for which you are applying. Select neutral & appropriate colours that are suitable. Short hair, appropriate style Business Casual Tidy hair Tidy facial hair Classic collared button-up Natural looking makeup cotton shirt, light colour 1-2 buttons open Minimal jewelry Fits well, freshly pressed Blouse, pressed & clean No stains Not low-cut or shear Optional jewelry: ring, wrist watch Clean hands & nails Belt matches shoes Tailored skirt or dress pants Freshly pressed & clean Dark denim or dress pants Not ripped, not faded (no khakis) Neutral or dark hosiery Shoes polished & clean (no sandals) Closed-toe dress shoes What to Bring to an Interview 2. Notepad and Pens Be prepared to jot down information 1. Portfolio Briefcase or folder to hold documents TIP: Also write Write down contact names for reference during the interview a list questions to ask the interviewer 3. Copies of your Resume & a Reference List Give them to the interviewer at the beginning 4. Work Samples Bring something to show to the interviewer if necessary TESSA PFEIFER EECEI AssTA AINTANTHC .ca EMPLOYEE CAREER SERVICES | 905-525-9140 x26545| [email protected] Created by Ariel Strasser

What to Wear and Bring to a Job Interview

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Ariel Strasser


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