Virtual Job Interview Common Sense

Sterling Canyon’s job is for you to look good always through the clothes and jewelry you wear.  This policy is extremely important when interviewing for a job.  Now a days, it’s fairly common for an initial job interview to not be conducted over the phone but over the computer via Skype or other video phone service.  Appearance is then particularly important because of the effects the camera can play on you.  

For instance, wearing strips is a no-no because the scanning of the pixels in the camera cause the tie’s pattern to vibrate to the receiver or your interviewer.  Wear dots or a larger pattern tie.

Same with shirts.  Do not wear a white shirt because of the blinding effect.  Wear a solid color like blue. 

A dark jacket also would be wise.  Even an interview for a casual job that does not require wearing a suit, a dark sport coat would look sharp and the camera won’t go nuts trying to process your image. 

This also applies to women of course.  Jewelry can be worn and be sure it isn’t shiny like a Sterling Silver disk that would shine a nasty reflection into the camera. 

 

Wearing this type of jewelry is a no-no during an interview.  Wearing a nice gemstone or string of stones would work well. 

 

Most of this stuff is common sense.  If you are smart enough to qualify for a nice job, you have the sense to figure this stuff out and visualize what the person on the other side of the camera will see.  Good luck.

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