When you show up for a job interview, you’d better have given some thought to what the hiring manager’s going to see when you walk in the door and how he’s going to react. Watch Cat, or read this for more.
March 11, 2010 at 3:16 am, Tonya Green said:
Anthony, pay more attention to the subject matter instead of what she looks like.She is more than just hot body and pretty face.
March 11, 2010 at 4:04 am, Nico Farado said:
Hot to not in two minutes, AKA “how not to get a job”.
March 11, 2010 at 6:21 am, Mike said:
You may be able to get away with piercing, mohawks, etc. on the staff of The Millionaire Matchmaker, but not in I.T. ! Good advice.
March 11, 2010 at 11:53 am, Anthoyn LaGrasta said:
Kat is so cool, I just love her! Yeah, she’s hot as well! Maybe it’s the tats and piercingsÂ¿
March 12, 2010 at 9:03 am, Keith said:
I have a short crossbow arrow through my head — is that OK?
March 12, 2010 at 10:56 am, MattyMat said:
Covering up tats and piercings before an interview is as much of a given as remembering not to fart in an interview—- DUH!!!
April 07, 2010 at 6:11 am, Chimera Balisk said:
“She is more than just hot body and pretty face.” – Green
People regard and think about what you ‘put in the shop window’, and PC complaints about this fact is just more hypocrisy.
A putative NCIS lab tech with tats and piercings could be simultaneously cute and capable in very limited contexts. (Intimate friends would be, ah, ‘demotivated’ by seeing her back with a giant Celtic cross tat.) Yet such tattoos would show up hugely at any company picnic or other ‘team-building’ outing, wouldn’t it?
In former times, tattoos and scarification indicated either attainment as a warrior (met the enemy hand-to-hand and survived) or societal status (chief wife etc.). Nowadays in the West such marks can signal a self-indulgence like unto that of the obese.
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