Can friends help job seekers write better thank-you notes?

07/8/2014 | Forbes

After a job interview, candidates should review their notes and talk over the interview with a friend before writing a thank-you note, advises career blogger Liz Ryan. A friend can help a job candidate pinpoint the skills employers emphasized in the interview, which will be the focus of the handwritten follow-up note, she writes.

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