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Follow Up On a Potential Job With an "In the Meantime..." Email

Following up after a job interview isn’t a bad idea, but you don’t want to be annoying about it. You also don’t want your email to look like everybody else’s. Here’s a way to politely follow up while making yourself stand above the rest of the applicants. Read more...
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