She regretted her decision as soon as she walked into the building.
Nearly everyone else was dressed in either navy or black.
Her multi-colored dress and gold shoes were visible from two blocks away.
She struggled to keep her body language from showing her inner turmoil.
Taking a breath, she sat down and pretended to check her phone for non-existent messages.
She wanted to stick out, and she was certainly drawing attention.
But in today’s job market, you had to take a risk if you wanted to be noticed from the other 100 candidates vying for the same job.
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12 thoughts on “Brightly-Colored Ambitions”
Hmmm…wonder what job she was applying for! ha!
You’ll have to come and see the entire picture tomorrow. It will make you laugh, I think!
Oh yes, sometimes you do have to stand out to get a job!
I also wonder what job required gold shoes? She would totally get noticed in those shoes!
Oops sorry Karen. The comment above is from an old blog.~Ames
She’d certainly stand out in those shoes! Maybe you can continue the story and tell about her new job?
Nice job, Karen (And I like the new look of your blog!). Definitely need to stand out in the job market these days, but fashion (or lack thereof) might not be the way to do it! 😉
I loved this. I agree you have to stand out nowadays if you want a job. I think her outfit will do it for her. Great job.
Oh yes, hands and feet down she gets the job!
Interesting take. I think she got the job.
Hmmm–For what job was she applying in those gold shoes? One can only imagine!!!
Besides, golden shoes just might be good luck!
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