Writing "thank you" could get you a job

06/29/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Sending a thank-you note to an interviewer is important because it shows your continued interest in the job and helps make a good impression, Alison Green writes. It's OK to send the note via e-mail, but make sure it follows up on key points in the interview and is sent within a few days, she writes.

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