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Job Search Tip of the Week #49 (2018)

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Job Search Tip of the Week #46 (2018)

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The Importance of the Post-Interview “Thank You”

Give Thanks – or Your Chance for that Job Could Be Cooked [INFOGRAPHIC]



Thanksgiving’s next week – have you taken the time yet to be thankful during your job search?

In a recent survey by online job-matching service Ladders, more than 75 percent of interviewers reported that receiving a thank you note impacts their hiring decision.

“Many job seekers believe that the interview is over once they step out of the office, but that’s simply not the case,” said Amanda Augustine, then a job search expert at Ladders. “Based on my decade-long experience in conducting interviews, I can attest first-hand that failure to follow-up can be the deciding factor in rejecting a candidate who is otherwise a great fit.”

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Job Search Tip of the Week #47 (2017)

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Give Thanks (10 Post-Interview Thank-You Note Templates Here!) and Get the Job

The Job Seekers’ Guide to the Do’s and Dont’s of Saying “Thank You” [INFOGRAPHIC]




Happy Thanksgiving! In keeping up with this holiday’s tradition, it’s time to express your gratitude to your family, friends – and potential employers.

A thank you note is a great way to show your appreciation for the job opportunity, and to reinforce your interest and qualifications for the role. Give thanks and get the job by downloading these 10 thank-you note templates and using the tips from the following Careerleaf.com infographic:

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Job Search Tip of the Week #45 (2017)

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How to Seal the Deal: Proper Post-Interview Etiquette

Seal the Deal, Get the Job!



You’ve undoubtedly heard countless times before, “The interview starts the moment you walk in the door.” However, did you know that it lasts long after you walk out? Your post-interview behavior may affect a hiring manager’s decision to extend you a job offer.

So what’s your exit strategy to continue making a positive impression and land your dream job? For proper post-interview etiquette, think “AT CTC”:

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