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Quote: Originally Posted by Quadcammer this is great advice, if he wants to be isolated and be considered a nerd, and therefore ignored by the regular employees. Most standard bank branches are staffed by high school educated tellers making slightly above minimum wage, and "bankers" who scraped together a 2.2 gpa at some crappy school. This is not the world of high finance, and the OP is a high school student. As someone stated, his goal should be to...
Black tie.
Quote: Originally Posted by VelvetGreen Navy blue. Perhaps I need a second opinion. I'll post a pic, if it gets roasted, I will never do it again. Promise. xx Both navy? Almost sounds like a suit... But, if it look OK, then it's OK.
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenFrog Smile, stand up straight, firm handshake, and be sociable with small talk. And, of course, be well-dressed. Better if you're: a) Tall b) Handsome/good-looking Aw, gee! While good, that's basic stuff. I know that. of course, but I was hoping for magic words, or something. .
Yes. And also a snail mail.
Usually you are supposed to tell your current boss when you are looking for a new job at your current employer. Better check. .
Quote: Originally Posted by VelvetGreen Not always. I sometimes wear a moleskine jacket and trousers, admittedly made from exactly the same batch of material from Hackett. It is a great 'halfway suit' and each element can be worn separately. Uussssssssssss.. [Sucks air through teeth Japanese businessman style and tenses visibly] Very dangerous it is! What are the colors?
Quote: Originally Posted by Nereis The first 5 seconds someone meets you is probably more important than anything you could say during the interview yourself, unless you admit to having a scat fetish or something. It's during that brief moment that you can build rapport with your interviewer and give the impression that working with you wouldn't be so bad. Any hints? I might in in the market again soon...
Not necessarily. The jacket and slacks need to be be diffidence enough to not look like it is attempting to be suit -- which looks very bad, They should complement each other in color, dressiness, cachet, and finish.
Quote: Originally Posted by Dakota rube Is that really necessary? Only if you are down wind.
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