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    My rule of thumb is to dress “1 level above what they are wearing” - so usually I’ll wear nice(r) shoes with khakis and a collared polo shirt - that way I still look nice but it’s not too overbearing. You have to remember that one of the biggest things employers are looking for besides the obvious with your skills/experience is whether or not they think you’ll be a good fit in the company culture. If you are overdressed, they may get the impression that you don’t belong in their group of “business casual” dress, and if you show up looking lazy, they’ll also feel like you won’t fit in.. They are all closer to having been babysat and been children than I am. They are more in touch with playing games, blowing bubbles and drawing wit


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