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Old 03-06-2010, 01:15 AM   #1
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What type of attire should be worn for a job at a mustang restoration shop?

I emailed the owner of a mustang restoration shop near my house concerning a part time job a few days ago. He responded by saying to give him a call at the shop. Well I called him and he wants me to meet him up there and talk to him about it. He didn't say anything about it being an interview, but I think that is what it should be considered as.

Anyways, I am only 18 years old, and I let him know in the email that I am looking to learn as much as I can about these cars and asked him if he needed someone a few days out of the week at the shop.

Well, looking at the pictures they have posted on their site:

http://www.prestigemustang.com

It looks to be a very casual environment, and I am assuming that "shop clothes" are worn in the back. What should I wear when I meet with the owner tomorrow?

Thanks,

Matt
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What type of attire should be worn for a job at a mustang restoration shop?

wear jeans clean and neat no holes a clean shirt one without writing on it and wear boots like work boots, when interviewing for a job always look like you are ready to go to work
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Clean pair of jeans, clean tshirt or polo shirt, clean shoes, neat hair and clean shaven.
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