Why follow-up is key to making the most of a job fair

06/24/2013 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Job seekers should send a follow-up e-mail after a job fair to keep their name in the recruiter's mind, suggests blogger and career counselor Kimberly Thompson. Emphasize unique skills and experiences and ask to further discuss opportunities, Thompson writes in response to a reader question. "The key in making your connections count is to think of them as possible long-term relationships and not merely stepping stones to your new position," she notes.

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