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captainobvious asked:

31 May 2011

c: hmm, so i'm looking for a job... and i was wondering some questions?

when i ask for an application should their be a certain way i dress? like would that affect whether i get a job or not? (i'm not gonna dress trashy or anything hah) and i know it's not the interview and >thaaat< is when i should dress a certain way but i was just wondering when i ask? oh,and is their a certain something i should say when asking for an application? i energetic, and smiling. but do you guys have any extra tips or things i should say or do? i plan or working at a store in the mall or something? like dELiAs or forever21 urban outiftters, gamestop anything of that nature.




birdy94 says:

Posted on 01 Jun 2011

Well, its important to dress well and appropriate. When going in for a job, they will judge you on first impression. I would suggest wearing dark slacks or skirt with blouse or maybe a blazer. Or you could wear a dress, nothing too short and wear nylons with dressy shoes. Have natural make up and hair is neat. Just try your best to look somewhat professional. Also, it helps to have good posture, eye contact and be sure to speak clear. Any employer will want someone who appears confident with good social skills. When going in, ask for the application. When the application is filled, ask for the manager. If the manager isn't available, ask an employee for the times the manager will be in or ask for the name. Come back at another time, or call, asking to speak to the manager. Prepare with resume and turn in your application to the manager and ask if they'd have time to speak with you. The more persistent you are, the better chances you will get a job. When it comes time for the interview, show respect, ask questions, be honest but always make yourself look good. So, if you have to mention a previous issue, turn that issue around as a growing experience for yourself or what resolutions you are seeking to improve. That should help you a bit. Hopefully you get a job!! :) It's quite competitive during these times

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