The job market is incredibly competitive these days. If you don’t hear back from a job you applied to, remember that there were probably hundreds, if not thousands, of other applicants trying to land the same position. If you do make it through to the job interview stage, you will finally get a chance to tell the person in charge of hiring why you are undeniably the right person for the job.
We’ll give you some general guidelines for writing good interview follow-up emails.: What are the Best Interview Follow-up Emails?
But even with all the opportunities a job interview affords an applicant, it can still be a daunting prospect, especially to those new to the job market. This infographic can help you prepare for your job interview so you can put your best foot forward and move ahead in the hiring process -hopefully even landing you the position.
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