What female teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should wear to job interviews.
Young women job-seekers have a few more options than men — but that also increases the chances to make the wrong choices.
You should wear a nice, clean (and not wrinkled) collared shirt — either button-down or polo style.
In terms of pants, a nice pair of slacks — khakis and the like work — as does a nice, clean pair of jeans.
Young women can also wear skirts and dresses to job interviews, but the hemline must NOT be too short. Keep the length of dresses and skirts to about the knee, or slight above it.
In terms of shoes, it’s best to wear low (or no) heeled shoes, with no open toes.
A key rule of thumb in dressing for job interviews is to dress one level above the dress code for the job you are applying to.
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