Deciding what to wear for a job interview can be nearly as stressful as the event itself. Beyond deciding what looks good on you, there’s also determining what’s appropriate dress for the employer who’s looking to look you over. The growing trend in recent decades toward more casual dress in offices and other workplaces means three-piece suits are out for the most part. But going too casual can send a signal to a potential employer that you’re just not interested in working there. So it’s no wonder that many college graduates (and job applicants, generally) are unsure of how to dress for an interview these days. But seeing as how I happen to be a bit fashion-inferior, I figured I’d just post this handy info-graphic by the minds over at Rasmussen College as a guide.