I think you should get a job as a cook! Nobody would probably notice if you wore one heel and one black tennis shoe!
Keep them for future interviews, professional outings and get togethers.
I would say it all depends on the job you are interviewing for. If it is an office type / administrative position you might want to try and borrow an out fit from a friend or relative. Don't buy work clothes till you have the pposition and only buy a few sets till your second … Read more
No. They've hired someone else.
Only if you pay me... US currency small unmarked bills...😁
No not at this time!
How about a nice long "career" stay in a mental health ward...... With professionals to help with that homicidal part.....
If literally homicidal . . Maybe you could be the next Hitler . . . Lets see he wanted:
Power - Check
Authority - Check
Money - Check
And he was Homicidal . . . Check.
If that doesn't do it for you, then lets drop the Homicidal slip in "angry" (Grrrr) and then you could just be an entrapanuer … Read more
Depends on the job I'm interviewing for. If it is a "blue-collar" working job a dress shirt and slacks. For my current security job I wore a shirt, tie, and slacks. When I interviewed for the prison I wore a suit. I NEVER wear jeans. My clothes are always pressed. I make sure I'm groomed.
It depends on the job. I have had professional jobs where I showed up in heels and a dress or a suit. I have had blue collar jobs where I showed up in dress slacks and a nice shirt.
Never wear jeans. Always look clean and wrinkle free, and well groomed.
The only $100K 6 bedroom mansion you are going to find is going to look like this...
But if there is a cute little two bedroom cabin in the woods for around $250k, I would take that over the city condo.
My 3-bedroom Bungalow by the beach cost over $100,000, where are these 6 bedroom mansions for $100,000??
The problem with the million dollar apartment in the city, is that amenities, come with a monthly cost. They are never paid for in the cost of the condominium. The monthly cost usually is scaled based on location and the amount of amenities. Just so we are clear . . . In the city amenities … Read more
Depends upon the job you are interviewing for.
Blue collar work needs only business casual with the possible addition of a tie, while a white collar professional job should require a suite, and tie.
Whatever I wanted, since I owned the company.
There is no such thing as a $100,000 six bedroom mansion.
...unless it was a model made of Legos.