Post-Interview 101: Now What?

Nuances to help you stand out once you’ve met your potential-future employer.

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You formatted the resume → applied → scheduled the interview → had the interview. It was good; not great, but good. You asked some solid questions, and they also stumped you on a few things. All-in-all, you walked away feeling 87% about the whole thing.




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