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||high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
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||crumple, employer, interviewers, slacks, rushing, memorize, wrinkled, doing, hire, folder, professional, suit, impression, resume, boss, extra
By Cathy Pearl
1 You have done all of the hard work. You've written the resume and the cover letter. You read it three times before you sent it in to make sure it was perfect. Now, it's time for the last step. You have to go in for an interview.
2 There are a lot of things that you can do before you go for an interview. These things can help you make a good impression. They can make the company want to give you the job you are trying so hard to get.
3 One of the first things you can do is dress well for the job. You should wear nice clothes that fit with the company. Never wear jeans to an interview. Look at the way other people in the company dress and dress like them. If you aren't sure how people at the company dress, visit before the interview. Men in an office are probably wearing slacks, a tie, and maybe a suit coat. The women are probably wearing nice dresses or dress pants. Wear nice shoes to the interview. Don't wear sneakers.
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