One Sentence You Shouldn’t Forget in a Job Interview Followup Letter [Job Search]

Following up after a job interview without being annoying is tough. We put together a few suggestions, but we missed one important sentence. Sean Weinberg, co-founder of resume-grading web app RezScore, suggests that there’s one line you don’t want to leave out: “Please let me know either way.” He explains why: More »

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