But most people should be wearing a suit to an interview.
In sum: Know your field, know your geography, and default to a suit if you’re not sure and aren’t willing to risk making a bad impression.
Many ex-boyfriends can be violent and even well-balanced dudes has been known to lose it and resort to irrational activity in the face of rejection.
If something “goes down” and it results in a dead body with you holding a smoking gun, every detail of the event will be open for public scrutiny.
In that context, it’s about understanding and respecting professional norms, and those norms often still say “wear a suit to interviews.” * Sure, you can find people who really don’t care at all as long as you look professional — and then there are lots of people who firmly believe that if you care about looking professional at a job interview, you wear a suit. And that reality means that job candidates should wear a suit (with the exception of the caveats above) — because they have no idea who they’re going to be interviewing with and how that person will feel. I do.) It’s a silly thing to risk your impression over. should I attach the cover letter to my email or put it in the body of the message?
) that it would be silly not to pay attention to this one aspect that actually does still carry weight for many people. If it’s working for you, I’m not going to push you to change it.