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Subject:Re: What color suits interviews? From:Virginia Krenn <asdxvlk -at- OKWAY -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 27 Sep 1994 11:02:47 CDT
If I were doing the interviewing, it might. I have an intense aversion
to the color green. Pure prejudice, I know!
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Author: JAY D KING <dking -at- titan -dot- ucs -dot- umass -dot- edu> at SMTP
I am engaged in a debate about interviewing. Would your company's
personnel department be offended by a college graduate showing up for an
interview in something other than a blue or grey suit? For instance, will
interviewing in a dark olive suit hurt my chances of getting a tech
Oh, and if you want to hire me without a suit my whole problem would be
quite conveniently solved. Just a thought. ;)