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Guidelines for Proper Thank-You Letter Etiquette: How to Send Your Gratitude After the Interview

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Knowing when and how to send a thank-you following an interview can make all of the difference when it comes to leaving a good impression with a prospective employer. Sending a well-crafted thank you in a timely fashion can add even more positivity to an already Read more…

5 Ways to Make Your Executive Thank-You Letter Count

Networking skills are of extreme importance when functioning at any spot on the corporate ladder, but as an executive you have even more work to do.  As you know, a part of networking is communicating after you’ve completed the interviewing process.  This can easily be accomplished Read more…

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Have You Written Your Thank You Letter Yet?

Now that we’ve officially settled into the digital age, many old-school job seeking practices have been thrown out the window.  One formality that was popular years ago but has all but faded away is sending a thank you letter. What is a Thank You Letter? A Read more…

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5 Tips To Capturing The Job With A Thank You Letter

Is there any other interviewing technique that will set you apart like a Thank You Letter? Possibly not-some studies show that only 20% of candidates remember to send one, and of that figure, nearly 80% get hired. For this reason, I highly recommend using Thank You Read more…

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