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- Jul 30, '07 by bill4745No scrubs. Either wear something appropriate or reschedule the interview.
- Jul 30, '07 by futurecnmI think that a dressy outfit is more appropriate. I have changed in a restroom many times when I am going from one place to the next. I don't think it is appropriate to wear such casual dress to an interview.
- Jul 30, '07 by TheCommuterI typically wear scrubs or casual clothing to nursing interviews, and I usually get the job. Let's face it: if a facility or agency needs warm bodies to fill their open shifts badly enough, they'll hire you regardless of how casual or dressy you look on interview day. And I don't think that scrubs look unprofessional during an interview.
- Jul 30, '07 by sirIPersonally, I would change to my scrubs after the interview.
- Jul 30, '07 by ICRN2008I have overheard managers in two different places say that they would hesitate to hire someone who showed up to an interview in scrubs. IMO it is disrespectful to the person interviewing you, because it tells them that you can't be bothered to dress up. This might not be true, but most managers frankly are not terribly sympathetic to your other obligations. The way they see it, if you truly want the job you will find a way to dress appropriately. I do not mean to come off as harsh, but this is the way I see it.
Good luck with your interviews
- Jul 30, '07 by vashteeI agree that regular clothing is more appropriate for an interview. You can change into scrubs afterwards in a bathroom.
- Jul 30, '07 by 4theBetterGetterI would dress for the interview and change into scrubs in the bathroom at work.