6:13- Bill Zimpfer- A top North Korean official is in Washington, to finalize plans for another Trump/Kim summit. What's the latest on timing and location, and might the partial government shutdown put the summit on hold?
6:43- President Trump gave a speech at the Pentagon to talk about Missile Defense Systems
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:43- Michael Bower- Has there been any comment from the White House on Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asking President Trump to postpone the SOTU address? Also how is the government shutdown putting cybersecurity at risk - and what are cybersecurity experts warning about?
8:13- FBI: MAN WANTED TO ATTACK WHITE HOUSE WITH ANTITANK ROCKET
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8:23- JUDGE ISSUES VERDICT IN CHICAGO POLICE LAQUAN MCDONALD COVER UP
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8:43- SURVEY: YOU SHOULD NEVER WEAR THIS COLOR TO A JOB INTERVIEW, ACCORDING TO 2,000 HIRING MANAGERS
A job interview offers the first opportunity to meet a prospective employer in person and tout your skills, accomplishments, professionalism, and poise.
Can you really convey that message while wearing the color orange? A CareerBuilder report found that orange was the worst color to wear to a job interview and the color most associated with unprofessionalism, according to the 2,099 hiring managers who participated in the survey.
It's not that wearing orange will immediately nix you from consideration for your dream job. But when you have one shot at a first impression, why take that unnecessary risk?
What's the psychology of colors? What does the color you choose say about you?
Hiring and staffing Specialist // CEO & Founder of Ducci & Associates JACKIE DUCCI