Job hunting can get expensive, depending on how many interviews you go on, what career coaching and other services you use and how you decide to present yourself to potential employers.
I came across an interesting post recently on which expenses you should prioritize when job hunting. Spending on professional clothing and grooming made the Top 5 list, as did a cell phone and maintaining your health.
“While compromises like living at home with the parents are fine (don’t feel alone; lots of people are doing it), these five expenses should never be cut when you’re searching for a job,” the post from brazencareerist.com notes.
Good advice, you have to look professional and feel good to come across as competent and able to take on any challenge, especially in today’s hyper-competetive world.
John N. Frank