Interviewing can be a very stressful situation for most people. I for one have always found interviewing to be easy and usually don't have any issues, but I often interview people myself who seem to have no clue about how to set themselves apart from the crowd.
One of the best pieces of advice I don't see written about very often is to "dress the part" - it is absolutely the one thing you can do today that can and will (trust me, I've seen what comes in the door) set you apart. In lieu of offering suggestions on what or what not to wear...you can simplify it by taking some time to go out to any department store and find the latest fashion - better yet, if you can afford to do so - buy a new - in style outfit to wear. The $50-200 you might spend to look your absolute best more than pays for itself if you don't have to keep looking for a job for another 3 months.
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Does anyone else have any tips they want to share based on your experience as a hiring manager?