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 Careerleaf.com
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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