Dressing for job interview

  1. 0 Hi, Any tips on hair stlye, polished nails, pantsuit for job interview at Newark Beth Israel.

    How do you see this for a lady: Navy blue fitted pantsuit, light pink long sleeve shirt, hair lightly curled and all back a little below the shoulder, moderate make up, small earing with tiny necklace. a file jacket for docs. No handbag.

    Thanks for your response
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  3. Visit  Dixielee profile page
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    It sounds appropriate to me. I would make sure the pant suit is not too tightly fitted, and don't wear any perfume. My manager almost had an anaphylactic reaction to a very strong cologne a new nurse was wearing to an interview. She had to leave the room. NOT a great way to make a good impression.
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    Quote from Nonyy
    Hi, Any tips on hair stlye, polished nails, pantsuit for job interview at Newark Beth Israel.

    How do you see this for a lady: Navy blue fitted pantsuit, light pink long sleeve shirt, hair lightly curled and all back a little below the shoulder, moderate make up, small earing with tiny necklace. a file jacket for docs. No handbag.

    Thanks for your response



    Thanks so much for ur comment.
  5. Visit  sdlane profile page
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    The attire sounds good .
  6. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    Sounds good to me. Remember to have a light hand with the makeup brush, and go with waterproof so it'll hold up no matter what happens. Best of luck!
  7. Visit  RNsRWe profile page
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    If only more applicants thought it through so well. It sounds fine, and I second the "watch the perfume" thing and would expand it to include hairspray. Once had an applicant that had so much on there was not only the odor, but the bullet-proof look was off-putting.


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