As nearly two million recent college grads enter the workforce this summer searching for their dream job, it's safe to assume that desirable entry-level positions will have more than a few applicants. While your GPA and degree will assuredly play a role, first impressions—from the handshake and eye contact to the shoes and suit—subconsciously influence a hiring manager's decisions. Looking sharp can be the difference between a signing bonus negotiation and a rejection letter. Any chance you can get to make a positive and immediate impact is a chance to land that new gig. We can't fudge your GPA (maybe you should've skipped a few of those 75 cent draft nights), but we can certainly increase your chances of making a lasting (and positive) first impression.