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Yes. It's a microfiber "performance" T-shirt with my company logo and contact info, usually a matching ball cap, and khaki pants or shorts. It gives a better impression to customers than just random clothes, and if, say, I'm on a construction site or working at a large assisted living facility, it makes me easy to identify and lets everyone know what I'm doing there, so it actually makes my job easier.0
As a forensic scientist I spend a certain amount of time in sterile laboratories.
I guess you could call sterile coveralls a "uniform" of sorts.7
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Well I wouldn't actually considered it a uniform but I work as a sales manager for Forever21 and I it is required of me to only wear forever21 clothing.10
Yes, it is mandatory to wear a uniform in my school. I'm not really a fan of it since it's a tad too meh for my liking.
You're in the Marines?7
I wear scrubs for work. As a CNA I take care of the elderly and those who have been injured.10
Nope, I don’t.
But love seeing guys with uniforms.3
I don't have to, I like to dress smart but casual though.10
No. We have a faculty appearance requirement, but not a uniform.2
City job… Public Works… so, yep!0
Yeah of course because I'm a student.0
Where’s your skivvy shirt at Devildog lol1
No, just casual is fine0
😍😍you’re so handsome9
Yeah I do 😀1
I love the cammies lol.
I don’t usually wear a uniform most days. If a client I’m working with, who I know is quite messy or might require me to bathe them, etc, I will wear some old scrubs.
If I’m working with kids, special needs, or very elderly clients that day, I’ll wear casual attire to make them feel less intimidated and uncomfortable.
You work in a hospital?
Nope, I work at their homes. Hospitals suck, I try to avoid working at them
Yikes, I would imagine you then run your own business of taking care of people who need medical observation
Not my own business but I am a caregiver and I work for a small business. It’s definitely not super sickly patients who need to be in hospitals, it’s more of just elderly, special needs, or children (with/without special needs) who need to be cared for and assist them in their living. I am considered a “non medical” caregiver.