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You’ve just returned from a job interview, and you must put a thank-you note in the mail right away. Rather than just jot down how much you enjoyed the meeting, go a step further. Write, “I’d like to contact you a week from today to see where I stand. Does that time frame work for you?” This signals that you’re eager to get the job, but you don’t want to pester the interviewer.
A simple shift in the way you ask interview questions can dramatically boost your chances of identifying a candidate who'll succeed at the job. Research shows that behavioral interviewing no longer gives you all the results you used to get....Click here to find out more.