The U.S. job market is seeing a positive shift. According to the Department of Labor, in the last week of December unemployment claims dropped to 388,000, their lowest level in two years. However, because competition for employment remains intense, jobseekers will need to prepare themselves to the utmost to be viable candidates in 2011.
Applicants often focus on honing their interview skills. They should also remember that maintaining a well-groomed appearance is essential during a job interview. Some employment services have even organized classes to instruct jobhunters on grooming tactics.
A presentable personal image speaks, for many organizations, to one's character and potential fit in workspace culture.
Recruiters and interviewers will inevitably notice your teeth when speaking. Keep in mind that the stained teeth and bad breath often associated with smoking may prove undesirable in a work setting.
Paying careful attention to one's dental care regimen, including flossing and brushing twice a day, can go a long way in boosting one's confidence levels. Scheduling a routine dental cleaning can be part of preparation, protecting one from common stigma against poorly maintained teeth.
Healthy, attractive teeth can help hopeful jobseekers present themselves in the best light possible.
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