Is wearing a bow tie to a job interview risky behavior?
I know that this seems frivolous, but it is a serious question.
In my work I think that wearing a bowtie indicates confidence and a certain jauntiness, but I wonder how an interviewer for a communications/media relations or writer/editor job sees it?
Interesting question and I can see your point, however, on a job interview it is the interviewer who will determine whether your "jauntiness" is appropriate.
Personally I think it could make a great statement about you and could be a potential "door opener" to a terrific job. It would be a gutsy choice to make for sure. I would love to hear from anyone who has tried this. Great question Clive!
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