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Sweating Can Decrease Job Applicants’

November 14, 2005

l Never let them see you sweat—at least at a job interview. That was the verdict following the Certain Dri Perspiration poll, conducted by PKS Research Partners. According to the results of the study, 52% of employers would not hire an applicant who was sweating excessively. Among the perceptions of a sweaty applicant were that he or she was lying (22%) or insecure (51%).
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