Tips for following up with a hiring manager

10/28/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

About two weeks after your interview you can send a follow-up note, restating your interest in the position and inquiring about a timeline for making a decision on the job, Alison Green writes. Make sure you keep the note short, be conversational and don't make demands, she recommends.

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