Etiquette consultants seem to think so. In fact, the etiquette business is booming with recent grads and undergrads seeking a way to make the best impression on hiring managers.

With fewer job openings and more qualified applicants, job-seekers are looking  for anything to help them stand out from their peers. This is where respect comes in. Etiquette experts teach everything from how to shake hands properly to how to use the proper utensils during business lunches.