Tatum Sherman – How to Dress for an Interview

When it comes to finding a new job in New Jersey, thousands of people every year turn to Tatum Sherman, owner of the successful staffing firm, Resource Referral. Getting through a job interview is the final step to finding the perfect job, and while showing up prepared is an important part of excelling, dressing for success is also important. Even though every interviewer has their own unique sense of what you should and shouldn’t wear to an interview, there are a few simple rules you can follow in order to make an impression.

  • It doesn’t matter what type of job you are interviewing for you always want to dress one or two levels higher than the job you are going for. If you are looking for a job as a mechanic, you don’t want to show up in dirty overalls, even though it is what you would be wearing for the job. Instead, you would want to wear a nice, clean shirt, pants, and maybe even a jacket.
  • Skip the clothing that is too revealing. Instead, wear a conservative outfit so as not to take yourself out of the running.
  • Lose the facial piercings and sandals. In the late 90’s people were able to show up to an interview casually dressed because there was a severe labor shortage. These days, however, companies aren’t desperate to find talent, so be sure to dress professionally.

Heading into a job interview can be nerve-wracking enough without having to worry about what you are wearing. Keep it simple and professional and you can breathe a little easier. Tatum Sherman, owner of Resource Referral helps companies in the New Jersey area find a qualified candidate for their open positions.

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Author: Tatum Sherman

Tatum Sherman started her own staffing firm, Resource Referral, was to help combat the unemployment rates in her area. What started as only a fanciful dream has turned into an enterprise that helps employ thousands every year. Sherman helped turn around the economy of the local area, linking the professionals there with companies in need of their services.