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I’ve managed to bag myself an interview for a job. I’ve gone through the first two stages and have now been invited for a face to face interview.
Because of my disability I can only wear certain types of trainers which have to be modified and changes made to them for braces shoes are a no no.
I’m just wandering when I go for the interview this will obviously stand out. Should I explain why I’m wearing trainers? I can only wear trousers that are made of cotton as man made materials cause havoc and lots of pain in my legs.
I really want to make a good impression and hopefully get the job.
Any advice greatly appreciated
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