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On a job interview what is best to carry your resume in?

I can not even think of the word I am looking for. I know what it looks like but the word escapes me. I have some big dollar job interviews folks and I need to look all saavy and have my resume in something cool to hand out. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

Yeaaaah. It was a Portfolio. Thanks.

A portofolio, where there are pockets on the inside, and a pad of paper for notes and your own pen. You can find these at any office supply store. Black is always strong when interviewing. Check out this website has great tips! GOOD LUCK

A nice leather folder is fine as well...keep it professional at all times. Good luck! Report Abuse

It depends on the job you're interviewing for. If you're interviewing for an executive position and you carry a briefcase, then keep your resume, or resumes, in the briefcase. If you're interviewing for a technical or office position, I think it would be OK to keep your resume, or resumes, in a colored or manilla folder.

In your gun case

I'd use a report cover for each resume

And carry a briefcase if you have one - put the resumes inside.

If you don't get the answer you are looking for, cruise around Office Depot - they've got lots of things. If they don't have exactly what you want, at least you'll have more ideas!

You answered your own question. I say put your resume in a nice folder. Never put your resume in the folder that looks like a file folder because that is the main purpose of it is to sit in the file. Your resume will get wrinkled.


Rhymes with Cornholio. Now you'll never forget, if you are a Beavis fan.

Just remember not to ask the interviewer "are you threatening me?"

Yes, a small briefcase would be right. Don't want to seem to cocky by carrying a big one. Don't forget to press your suit and shine your shoes. Just present yourself with confidence and make eye contact with the person doing the interview. good luck, hope you get the job.

You don't need to have something cool, you just need to be your self. When you go for interviews just remember that they want to show them who you really are. Believe me if you aren't your self, they are going to know that. You just sell your mind to them and nothing else, and the best way to sell a good product is to show the product as it is.
Good luck

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