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Mr. Jones is looking to hire for an entry-level position. He believes that a potential employees' attire is a direct indication of their ability to "get the job done."
Which of the following is the flaw in his reasoning?
The choice of attire during the interview can demonstrate a person's willingness to exceed expectations of standards.
Attire does not ensure a proper skill set.
Entry-level positions may not require a complex skill set.
The hiring process can be complicated by unsubstantiated observations.
Entry-level positions require a variety of different job descriptions.