Say Thank You – Ye Olde Job Seekers’ Guide

First, I want to say thank you to the Undercover Recruiter for again posting a great infographic.  And while it is a “Holiday Edition,” the advice is timeless.  Always say thank you to those you meet in connection with your job search — whether they were interviewing you for a specific job or part of your networking.  Write a handwritten note the same day you meet with them to ensure it arrives promptly.  For more great advice, see the following infographic prepared by

Say Thank you

Aside from helping you with a job search, saying thank you is just good manners.  In a world world where manners seem optional to some people, it is refreshing and memorable when someone demonstrates good manners.  Saying please, thank you and your welcome are simple common courtesies:  they show basic respect for people.  Having good manners is just the right thing to do.

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