T-Shirts are More than Just a Shirt
When I was a kid, you wore a t-shirt if you were at baseball practice or working in the yard, but hardly ever would you see someone in a t-shirt if they were out shopping in a store or eating at a restaurant. Today, its a whole new ballgame.
Never in my wildest dreams would I have ever thought that t-shirts would be a billion dollar industry. There are t-shirts for everything these days. If they are plain, people will place a print on it to advertise something, someplace or to propagate a cause. The t-shirt has become a common form of clothing for millions of people around the world. Probably because they are inexpensive and quite comfortable.
T-shirts have a place in today society, but they are often worn in the wrong environment. Recently, I attended a job fair in Quincy representing the radio station. It amazed me how many people came up to me applying for a position or at least asking about the opportunities wearing a t-shirt and jeans or shorts.
Definitely not the place to be wearing America’s favorite outfit. While they may be comfortable they should never be worn while applying for a job unless, of course, you are applying for a job at the t-shirt factory.