Re: Work Attire
On 30 May 2003 11:15:53 PDT, in bit.listserv.techwr-l you wrote:
> $Generally, the traditional "dress
> $for success" advice to dress the way the person whose
> $job you would next like to have dresses still applies.
I just had an evil thought here.
Does that bit of advice still apply if I am working for a woman?
(Or in the case of a woman, if she is working for a man.)
I live near San Francisco. It might work here.
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- Re: Work Attire, John Fleming
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