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November 05 2007 12:44PM
You made some good points. One big thing that I think gets overlooked is the follow up. I always try to make sure I have an email address or phone number for the person that interviewed me. I wait about three days and then send an email thanking them for their time and offering any refferences, transcripts or any additional information they may need. If I don't have an email address, I'll call them if I haven't heard from them in a week. It lets them know you are serious and still interested in the position. It's a long and painful process for most companies to hire someone, so persistence is important. Good Topic!


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