To follow up after the interview, write an email or handwritten letter, have a bottom line and know the limits of your negotiation.
By Ginger Dean
Preparing for a job interview is tough and sometimes the pressure can get the best of us. The best way to walk into an interview is with confidence and that comes with being prepared. Know what you want moneywise, focus on how to present yourself as an asset to the company and leave a lasting impression.
By Enid Naranjo, JD
Associate Professor, School of Business at American Public University
The hardest part of the job application process is the actual interview. Once it is completed, you may think it’s the perfect time to sit back and take a big sigh of relief, but it’s not time to relax just yet! The job interview thank you letter is one of the best ways to show your professionalism and ensure that all the effort you have applied to the application process will not go unnoticed.