“For those who are really serious about pursuing a career in a chosen field or doing some serious research on what is available, career day planning should begin well in advance of the event. There are two ways to look at career day. The first involves preparing. The second primarily involves keeping an open mind about what may be available.
Experts in career day planning and job counselling always recommend that the job seeker wear “”professional”” clothing. While the description of the term “”professional”” can vary, it would probably be best not to attend career day events in blue jeans, tennis shoes or a floppy hat that is usually worn on the weekend. The visual impression a job seeker makes on company representatives is a very important factor in whether or not that individual will be considered for the job.