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What do I wear to a job group interview?

I have a group interview for a job at a research and development center for a company. It is basically just an information session to learn more about the company. The real interview which will be one-on-one is later and I plan on dressing up for that. They said that dress is casual for this event. Would jeans be fine to wear if they are nice jeans?

Asked By: Me - 2/2/2009
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yes, slacks or even appropriate khaki's would work and definitely nice shoes, shoes always tell a lot a nice pair of clarks,bostonian, kenneth cole shoes will do nicely, on shoe toe, get what you want but the shorter you are the more flatter or square you want the shoe toe to be(because if you're short and you get... More
Answered By: lanxkai - 2/2/2009
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Slacks,Long sleeve w/ tie and nice shoes. Don't F this up buddy.
Answered By: Bruce K - 2/2/2009
 
do not wear jeans always dress your best no matter what they say....first impressions always count
Answered By: runjeterrun - 2/2/2009
 
Depends on the job. 1) Dress to impress 2) Dress with a nice short sleeve or long sleeve shirt and slacks 3) Wear a maroon shirt with khaki or denim pants.
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Answered By: monkey_man_03_29_85 - 2/2/2009
 
What they mean by casual is collared shirt, khaki pants with dress shoes. No tie.
Answered By: Josh - 2/2/2009
 
Hi me, You only get one chance to make a first impression. Always look your best and be your best. In the mean time you can make some extra money with a part time internet biz. You can do this work in your PJ's. I will help you. Yes we Can!
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Answered By: Guru2u - 2/2/2009
 
I would be safe and wear something nice anyways
Answered By: Rachel O - 2/2/2009
 
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