What To Do (And Not Do) Before And After A Remote Job Interview

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Use social media retroactively, too

If you’d like to leave one more good impression or solidify the idea that you’re the best one for the job after a great interview, you can use social media, too. Nyanue says you can review someone’s social media or Linkedin profile to bring up a common point of interest in your after-interview correspondence. Again, don’t let on that you’ve been stalking their Instagram posts from years back, but if this person recently posted a business-related article that you found useful, you can mention that in your thank-you note. Or, if you see they collaborated with someone you know well, you can drop a note about that.

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