Interview Follow Up – Get the Offer!
- March 5, 2022
- Posted by: Dan Trudeau
- Category: Interview Advices
Interview Follow Up – Get the Offer! Smart job candidates put a lot of effort into gettingready for an interview. Amateur interviewers assume mission accomplished once they shake hands and leave. Those serious about getting an offer to know their work isn’t done. A solid follow-up could be the missing ingredient to put you over the top.
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