What female teens, students, entry-level job-seekers should NOT wear to job interviews.
What NOT to wear to job interviews should be pretty clear, but we’ll give a few examples.
You should not wear short skirts or shorts.
You should NOT wear a t-shirt nor a top that reveals too much cleavage/bust.
You should not wear a top that bares your midriff. Employers are NOT interested in seeing your belly button.
You should not wear sandals or flip-flops.
Reminder: 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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