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Quote: Originally Posted by Mark Stone Thanks guys.I'm not sure how it is supposed to fit. First of all, I recommend looking through the What Are You Wearing Right Now page. There are useful examples of how suits are supposed to fit there. Below is an example of the "loosest" fit that is acceptable. Holdfast is another good example of this. [[SPOILER]] Below is an example of a more closely fitted style. Any slimmer than this would not work. [[SPOILER]] Ideally,...
Quote: Originally Posted by landshark You need a few things: 1. A white shirt. Get a few of these that fit you well. 2. Some basic solid and pin dot ties. 3. A good pair of black cap-toe shoes. That would be the minimum to repair this outfit. +1 For reference, your next three purchases must look exactly like the items below. Note the shape of the shirt collar as well. No contrast (or otherwise funky) stitching.
Quote: Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 Does it look like he's masturbating/peeing, in the shadow? Is that it? Or am I reading too much into it..? *walking away slowly, shaking hands You have a keen eye.
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Guess what the 0.1 is. - B Patriotism?
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Guess what the 0.1 is. - B Belt?
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The most important thing is controlling your voice. In an actual interview, one can compensate for silences or occasional stutters with body language. Not so in phone interviews. Quote: Originally Posted by Dbear Basically, have your resume in front of you be able to speak clearly about anything on it. ... Have some questions lined up, "more detail about the position, who will I be reporting to, what is the next step in this...
A law firm I am applying to asks two questions that appear to have considerable overlap. One is: why should we offer you a training contract? The other is: what can you bring to our firm as a trainee? Each answer is limited to 250 words. How would you tackle something like this? Thanks.
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