You know you have to send a thank you note after a job interview. (Seriously — there are hiring managers that’ll change their minds if you don’t.)
But you also don’t want to send the generic, no-value-add “Thank you for your consideration,” message everyone else is going to write. Why? Because you want a call back! And I don’t want you to waste this opportunity to share more of yourself and your value with the hiring manager.
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