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Job interview must: Floss
Updated: 12/29/2010 11:00:06 AM
 

Proper dental care may help those in job interviews While it's known dental care is important for overall health, it may also help one advance in their career.

President Barack Obama recently held a press conference that may provide some people with hope of new jobs come 2011.

"I think we are past the crisis point in the economy, but we now have to pivot and focus on jobs and growth," Obama said.

If the president is right, it may mean more job interviews could be around the corner for those in the market. This means finding ways to stand out in interviews and for the right reasons, such as a solid resume and confident answers.

However, those looking to land that next job or career change may also want to pay attention to their dental health. Smiling with food stuck in between teeth or having bad breath could be the downfall of any candidate because it provides the recruiter with a negative memory of the interview.

To avoid this situation, people should aim to brush their teeth twice daily and floss. Even bringing some floss to the interview to double check in the bathroom moments before may be a good idea.

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