6 Interview Mistakes People Often Make, and How to Avoid Them - MagnifyMoney
"Not following up - Why it’s a no-no: Believe it or not, this happens more often than not, says Trevor Simm, founder and president of OpalStaff and Talos Solutions. “This is extremely important because it reflects the kind of person you are,” Simm pointed out. “It shows that you value and appreciate the interviewer’s time, as well as have a genuine interest in the opportunity and the company. Also, it keeps the line of communications open to further discuss the position.”
What to do instead: Follow up with a brief thank you email in the hour or two after meeting, and then mail a thank you card as soon as you can to reinforce that you appreciate the time that person took to meet with you."
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