NEW YORK — For many women, rejoining the workforce means more than getting a wardrobe update.
That’s the philosophy of Bottomless Closet, a nonprofit organization with a mission to prepare women for job interviews through coaching and seminars as well as providing them with proper business attire. The organization, founded in Chicago in 1991, opened its Manhattan chapter in 1999. Since then, it has helped more than 3,000 women find jobs in the city.
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