Originally Posted by jmkr02
I had a salesman that polished his shoes everyday dressed nice and probably smelled better than me. Said it was needed to sell jobs and was having trouble. I show up take my muddy boots off before walking up on their pristine porch and sell the job smelling like a turd...
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I think "dressing" for the job is important, but standard varies with the job. People expect an accountant to look like an accountant, and a welder to look like a welder.
You should be clean and neat, but look like you are ready to do the job.