Why the little things matter in an interview

How a job candidate dresses -- or even smells -- can make or break an interview, writes Jeff Quipp, founder of Canadian digital marketing firm Search Engine People. Overpowering fragrances or bad breath can turn off interviewers, as can a disheveled appearance. "If you appear not to care about the little things when it's crunch time (i.e. -- you're being interviewed), how do you think that speaks to what you'll care about when performing your job day-to-day?" Quipp asks.

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