Millennials are taking over the workforce. According to a study by UNC , by 2020, Millennials will make up 46% of workers in the U.S.
The youth of the workforce, combined with the influence of Silicon Valley, has made office attire more casual , according to The Atlantic. The late Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg are both known for their casual work uniforms, ” a black, mock turtleneck for the former and a gray T-shirt and hoodie for the latter.”
But how can you make sure you stay on the right side of the line between casual and unprofessional?
Stephanie Gallo, associate director of career planning at Fairfield University, prepares students to successfully enter the workforce after graduation. Gallo shared with Business Insider her insight on what not to wear to an office with a casual dress code.
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