Know THIS before your Job Interview!

Posted by | February 3, 2015 | Job Interview

A few valuable tipps that you should be aware of before any job interview.
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3 Responses to “Know THIS before your Job Interview!”

  1. Comment made by Mattias on Feb 3rd 2015 at 11:25 am: Reply

    Regarding bright colours, there is a thin line that you shouldn’t cross. I love to have warm coloured shirts and ties. Have used it throughout my whole career without any problems. Rather been appreciated by both colleagues and management and have heard in feedback that I stand behind my colours with my daring and “think outside the box”-mentality.

    Yes, the world of corporates are still very conservative when it comes down to “how to dress correctly”. “You have a shirt that is NOT white?! Are you crazy? AND a colourful tie?!” I do! I refuse to put on a white shirt and black tie in the morning. Why be the sheep in the herd? Show some individualism, MAN UP! “Oh, but I have a blue shirt on today…” Yes, if I really look hard, really hard… I can actually see the very light, light blue shades…

    I am not saying that you should go to work looking like a rainbow on steroids. But come on, dare to use a shirt that is NOT white. Let’s say a nice purple shirt, with a matching tie? Or any other colour than the traditional and “safe” colours (white, light blue, grey, beige, black or light salmon pink). What colours do you have that suit you? Bring forth the colours to the office too!

  2. Comment made by ilona on Sep 9th 2015 at 4:17 am: Reply

    The above does not take into consideration cultural variances. ‘Looking people in the eye’ is a North American obsession. That goes for the ‘hand gesture’ comment as well. If you’re going to use that benchmark as the standard you may as well include something about ‘personal space’.

    • Comment made by Matthias Janeck on Sep 9th 2015 at 7:32 am: Reply

      Of course this Infografic by Classes and Careers cannot list all cultural differences around the globe.

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