I bring my stuff into an interview because I don't drive, and I have to go to work afterwards? Bad?
By stuff, I mean things like my lunch bag, and back pack because I don't use a purse.
- EvaLv 73 months agoFavourite answer
Don't have a lot of pieces. Put your lunch bag inside your backpack. If your backpack is a small one it should be fine, but once you're at the office, take it off your back and carry it in your hand or ask the receptionist if you can leave it by her desk.
- babyboomer1001Lv 73 months ago
Stuff? What is the stuff? That you have to take to work that you think would be better left at home or in the trunk of a car? Most people go out and about with a wallet & cell phone, or a purse to carry those. So what is all of the junk you are carrying around, and why?
- linkus86Lv 73 months ago
No. The world doesn't stop revolving for the sake of an interview, and your interviewer knows it. Your priority should be on how you present yourself, not worrying about what you need to take with you when you go. And needing to carry a lot of stuff is actually an opportunity to show how organized you can be to others.
- NALv 73 months ago
I would suggest asking any receptionist to hold onto your backpack while you interview. (Stuff the lunch inside the backpack!)
- What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer.
- Casey YLv 73 months ago
Just have one bag...put your lunch bag in your backpack...nobody will think twice about you bringing in a bag.
If you have two bags, that might look sloppy, so shove your lunch into your backpack.
- JudyLv 73 months ago
Mention to the interviewer why you're bringing all that in, and it should be ok.