Why lack of passion, follow-up could cost a candidate the job

04/29/2013 | Careerealism.com

Job seekers may not get a callback after an interview if they didn't sell themselves well or follow up afterward, career expert Heather R. Huhman writes in this blog post. If candidates don't seem passionate about the job or didn't share stories about successes or mistakes, they may get passed over, Huhman writes. "A hiring manager wants to get to know you, the real you. Although you still need to be professional, don't be afraid to act naturally and be relatable."

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