Articles by: Angela Bulatao-Taay

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Dress for job interview success

Email reminders to apply for graduation in the spring aren’t the only thing Ryerson students in their final year opened last week. This was also a signal to open closets and look at what outfit options are available for future job interviews. “I’ve often said to students that you want to dress in a way that reflects the competence, skills, […]

by Angela Bulatao-Taay· · Arts & Life, Fashion
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VIDEO: What to wear to your next job interview

On top of preparing resumes and rehearsing answers for potential job interviews, there is one more thing for job seekers to consider – what to wear. Studies find that most interviewers decide whether to offer someone the job within the first 30 seconds of meeting, based on what the applicant is wearing. “Your appearance is usually the first thing that […]

by Angela Bulatao-Taay· · Arts & Life, career, Fashion, jobs
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Halloween news in brief: clown decorations, costume policing, and Halloween political correctness

Canadian Tire cuts clown decorations In light of the clown scares that have swept North America since August, Canadian Tire has recently decided to pull clown decorations off store shelves. Two clown products – one decoration to be hung and another that rotated – were initially sold by the chain. These are no longer available in stores, or listed online. […]

by Angela Bulatao-Taay· · Arts & Life, News
A nursing student administers a flu shot on Carol Ing at a pop-up flu clinic in the Ted Rogers School of Management building. “I decided to take it for fun,” said the first-year business management student who decided it was about time to get her first flu shot after coincidentally passing by.

Vaccine effectiveness low this year, but is it still worth the shot?

Post-secondary age range has lowest flu vaccination rate but immunologists are on side with the flu shot.

by Angela Bulatao-Taay· · News