Well besides wearing the beard to the interview, for guys do we rock a the full suit and tie? slacks and a sports coat with tie? slacks and tie? Cowboy boots out of the question?
no idea what your name means.... is it dental related?answer is in my user title bro. tell me about UIC maybe i'll skip this cycle and get in there for next cycle instead? sup?
According to predents he got 25 TS 26AA... I'd say that answers your question
Don't ruin a wonderful seasonal Christmas beard. Wear it clean and trimmed though, no stragglers (stragglers are to be left behind....I was...). If I were an interviewer, a man in a beard would stand out. This sort of thing was acceptable in the 70s and 80s as professional. I am always weary of guys who can't grow a beard. Manliness and confidence can be conveyed by a beard...make no mistake, the other interviewees will be no doubt intimidated by the manly mane. Don't forget those who wear beards are in distinguished company. Like grass stomped on and mowed, beaten and whacked at, the beard returns and shall returneth forever more to haunt those who can and try to deny it. The beard shall reward you with intellectual endowment during your interview. It's a travesty and a shame that more men don't honor the beard during times of professionalism. Good luck to you sir, do the right thingMY beard is professional looking, in my opinion. Sideburns continue down following jaw line to my chin and then connects with a mustasche deal. I would say I kind of look like Will Riker from star trek the next generation. I trim up the long hairs fairly regularily. I kinda wish I had a pic.
BTW my interview is at Nova this week if anyone knows if the are pro/anti beard