After the Interview

You can still have an effect on your chances of being offered the job after you leave the employer after an interview. You can’t save a disastrous interview, but it can help you stand out. Or, if you are not careful, you can annoy the very person you don’t want to at the very moment you want them to look at you with favor.

Job Interview: Follow Up After Job Interview advice on email or letter follow-up.


2 comments on “After the Interview

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