Follow up to keep job chances alive

01/29/2012 | GlassDoor.com

Nearly a third of hiring managers say they would think less of a job candidate who didn't follow up after an interview, so fire off an appreciative e-mail within 24 hours, then send a handwritten note restating your qualifications, Heather Huhman writes.

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