Chorlton Job Centre will also advertise vacancies, as will Manchester Volunteering Centre.
Daniel Jackson, 24, from Chorlton, who has been unemployed for three years, said: "I think I have applied for 72 jobs and got three responses.
a bow tie for the jobless to try on, while barbers and beauticians will be on hand to offer tips on hair and make up.
"We often have quirky waistcoats, and the odd vintage suit from Hugo Boss or Ted Baker it just depends on the luck of the draw really."
Dozens of employers from the public, private and voluntary sectors will have stalls advertising vacancies at the fair, and colleges will advertise apprenticeships and basic skills courses.
Call the centre on 0161 860 5921 for details or turn up on the day. Chorlton Central Community Centre and jobs fair is run by volunteers offering basic skills courses in food hygiene and health and safety.
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Trendy charity shops are helping unemployed people get suited and booted as part of their search for a job.
Hopwood Hall College in Middleton will be among the educational institutions with a stall, while the personal appearance class will take place in a side room.
The personal appearance class is part of a jobs fair being run by volunteers at Chorlton Central Community Centre on Barlow Moor Road next Thursday, February 9.
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She added: "We run a weekly jobs club and appearance in interviews has been an issue for some of the people who attend. It's so competitive out there, so small things like that can make all the difference."
Pat Ahmed, one of the organisers of the jobs fair, said personal appearance could make all the difference with not many jobs about.
Naomi Walker, sales assistant at Barnardos, said: "We were asked to loan a few outfits to the fair and we thought it was a good idea. We've given smart suits for the gents and dresses and suits for the ladies.
The Jobs Fair will be next Thursday February 9, from 10.30am 3pm, at Chorlton Central Community Centre on Barlow Moor Road Chorlton.
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