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This library loans out ties and bags for people going to job interviews

The New York Public Library is lending out essential interview attire in a bid to help job applicants land the job.

Adults and teenagers who are members of the library can borrow the items for up to three weeks. Image: New York Public Library

Alex Gray
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Michelle Lee is the young adult librarian who came up with the idea. Image: NYPL
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Young members engage with an exploration station at the Battery Park branch of the New York Public Library. Image: NYPL
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