I have an interview 2morrow and wondering what would be appropriate?

I have applied for a Security Account Manager position. I am use to lame jobs but just got my associates and this job requires 3 years experience which i have 4 years (in security) and a associates degree in criminal justice or related field. I have a associates in paralegal (law based) Do i dress in normal kaks and dress shirt or do i go all out and put white dress shirt-tie and jacket?

Asked By: Thomas L - 4/18/2008
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Dress for the interview not the job.........suit up......
Answered By: kapn - 4/18/2008
Additional Answers (6)
go tie and jacket, it never hurts!
Answered By: I come in peace - 4/18/2008
shirt-tie-jacket-black or blue pants!!!! There's no such thing as being too dressy for an interview!!! Please make surethat the jacket and the pants are the SAME color!!! Oh and don't use a tie with animated characters, ok??? Trust me , many people make that mistake!! Best of luck!! Hope you get the job!!!
Answered By: cookieeee - 4/18/2008
What is the worst that could happen if you "over dress" they think you really want the job and went to the effort to impress. If you "under dress" then people may think you don't care. I am a HR professional with 15 yrs experience and say go the dark business suit and tie.
Answered By: Spice - 4/18/2008
for interviews .... it's a rule to go in your formal nice clean suit ( shirt-tie , pants and jacket) esp whe you are beign interview for a manger position,,,
Answered By: Desert Rose - 4/18/2008
A Smart suit and tie will never be a bad thing! Go for sobre colours and no flamboyant ties or socks or anything like that. Good luck!
Answered By: David W - 4/18/2008
Wear a white shirt and a neutral tone suit to bring out that professionalism in you. Have a single coloured tie. Makes you look smart and sharp. Wear a broad smile and take in a deep breath before you go into the room. Good luck!
Answered By: graceang888 - 4/18/2008
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