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Job Seekers: 4 Things You Need to do After the Interview

Job Seekers: 4 Things You Need to do After the Interview | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"So you impressed HR with your resume and landed an interview with the hiring manager and a few select employees. You met with the group, and you’re so confident in your performance that you’d be surprised if the company doesn’t erect statues depicting your glory."

 

"But a few weeks have gone by and you haven’t heard a thing. What happened? You failed proper interview follow-up etiquette."

 

"A recent survey of more than 500 HR managers at companies with 20 or more employees revealed that 91% found it helpful for a promising job candidate to send a thank you note following an interview. While the communication vehicles for sending the note differed, the message is clear: following-up remains an essential step in the hiring process."

 

Read the full article for tips on how to follow-up properly after an interview to land your dream job.

http://business.financialpost.com/2012/09/08/4-things-you-need-to-do-after-the-interview-to-land-the-job/

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After The Job Interview: Five Crucial Steps To Seal The Deal

After The Job Interview: Five Crucial Steps To Seal The Deal | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

The interview may be over, but you’re still being interviewed.

 

These five tips will improve your chances of landing the job.

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After the job offer, you have three choices

After the job offer, you have three choices | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

The employer is interested in you. The feeling is mutual. The phone rings with an offer. Now what?

 

In the simplest of terms, you have three choices: Accept it, reject it or try to negotiate.

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