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Three Steps to a Successful Job Interview

Three Steps to a Successful Job Interview

Kay Peterson, Ph.D./FastWeb

The Follow-Up

- Afterward, send a follow-up letter. Thank the interviewer for taking the time to speak with you and let them know that you are still interested. Demonstrate your interest by describing how you could contribute to the company’s future.

- Review what you’ve learned. What were the strongest parts of your interview? What were the weakest? Were you asked any questions you hadn’t anticipated? And what did you learn about this company or career track? Even if you don’t get the job, you can learn a lot from every interview.

Keep this outline in mind and you’ll be ready to ace your next interview.


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