New York, NY, January 22, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Unemployment is at an all time high, the job market is scarce, and the competition fierce. Despite the constant headlines about how the economy will recover and when jobs will return the outlook is uncertain. Two entrepreneurs, who built their experience in the apparel industry, are doing their part to help women re-launch their careers and reinvent their professional images for the new decade.
Workchic.com is a website dedicated to helping women achieve professional, feminine, and chic style no matter what type of office environment they may work in. Through outfit suggestions, fit guidelines, and tips and tricks they take the stress out of getting dressed for work.
To help women achieve their maximum potential in 2010 they have partnered with experts in career development and personal branding. Together they are sharing tips on everything from high impact interview outfits to creating a winning resume.
Customer’s react- “Thanks for letting me know how important branding is” and “thanks for the tips, this is something I have struggled with for a long time!”
When asked what inspired co-founders Melissa McGraw and Jennifer Gregory to make Workchic.com the top destination for women’s fashionable work clothing they responded emphatically, “Women need this right now. For too long we have not had the information needed to elevate our professional images and still feel like the feminine beauties we are.” By partnering with career experts they are able to provide a well rounded view on career and professional development to their readers.
You can always find winning looks on Workchic! From business casual with personal style to finding the right suit for your body type- they have the answers to your work style questions. This month the articles found on their blog include career development tips along side the top notch fashion advice their readers have come to expect. Some topics include:
- What is the best way for your resume to stand out against today’s competition?
- What do you wear to an interview when a suit isn’t appropriate?
- How does image take part in how you are perceived as a boss or employee?
For more information visit http://workchic.com.