Yes, I partially agree with the article. I believe that there are some jobs out there that don’t expect you to be the best looking. On the other hand there will always be exceptions to anything, and that point is just an exception to this. Looking nice gives a very good first impression, and looking better than everyone else being interviewed just give you a better chance of getting the job. However, you shouldn’t try to over dress, because if you are trying to get a job at subway, you don’t want to show up to your interview in a suit. My dad told me about this time when he went to get a job and he showed up at his interview wearing black dress pants and a nice shirt. What was suppose to be a three day interviewing process only turned into one, because when my dad walked into the room, he said the interviewer told him he was the best dressed to show up today. He got the job within ten minutes.
I will definitely use this information later on, because the fact is… No matter how much you wish people wouldn’t judge you, your whole future is based on being judged. So why not make a good impression now, while you have the chance instead of not taking this serious and paying for it in the end. I should probably start working on my appearance more, because my closet is mostly full of basketball shorts and softball t-shirts. I’m not real big on clothes shopping, but if it can improve my chances of getting the job I long for, then so be it. Maybe I should try to use this newly learned subject and try to improve myself as a person.
adj 1: resistant to change
n 1: outward or visible aspect of a person or thing