You've probably heard your parents talk about the importance of making a good first impression on a job interview. They may have suggested you "dress for success," and they're right.
Here are 5 strategies to help you ace your job interview:
Parents or older siblings can offer good advice about job hunting and interviewing. So don't hesitate to ask for help on everything from putting together your résumé to choosing an interview outfit. Chances are, you'll be interviewing with and working for people their age anyway so a little insight can't hurt.
Reviewed by: Neil Izenberg, MD
Date reviewed: October 2015
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