How to get a job through an informational interview

01/26/2012 | Forbes

To make the best impression during an informational interview, do your research beforehand so you can ask pertinent questions, don't focus on your need for a job and follow up with a thank you note, Susan Adams writes. When done correctly, these meetings can lead to a better chance of landing a job offer than traditional interviews, she writes.

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