One of the most hotly debated, and seemingly one of the most perplexing subjects for job seekers, is how and when to follow-up after a job interview.
In the most simple terms, unless you’re specifically told not to... and no matter what you hear from old-school recruiters who don’t want to be bothered with providing a quality candidate experience… you should follow up.
Indeed, there are some subtle, yet thankfully simple, guidelines to following up after your job interviews… as this infographic from CareerBliss demonstrates. Enjoy, and then go stand above your job seeking competition by following up well.
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About the Author: Ritika Trikha is a writer for CareerBliss, an online career community dedicated to helping people find happiness in the workplace. When Ritika’s not writing, she’s obsessing over social media (and listening to Jay Z!). Follow Ritika on Twitter!