How should I dress for an interview for a training coordinator position with a major construction company ?
I am over 50 and a suit makes me look as if I am interviewing for the VP's job.
Asked By: jj - 8/30/2006
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Answered By: Raju - 8/31/2006
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what about just a shirt and tie no jacket
Answered By: Lola - 8/30/2006
No one will criticize you for dressing up. There could be problems if you dress down.
Answered By: Bob - 8/30/2006
Go with the suit. It's possible you will be overdressed, but it's better to overdress for the interview than underdress for it. If you don't dress up enough, they'll think you don't care about the job or don't respect them. I'd rather be overdressed and look professional. That sends the message that you care about... More
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