So, you just killed in your job interview—congrats! Now you’re just stuck waiting for the hiring manager to get back to you about next steps. What should you be doing in the meantime (besides checking your inbox every five minutes)? Well, um, writing your thank you note.
But, before you get started, check out this infographic. You’ll want to avoid these six things to ensure you leave a (positive) lasting impression on your interviewer. And, if after memorizing these don’ts, you need a template to help you get started, we've got you covered with one here.
Infographic courtesy of CareerBliss.
Photo of person writing thank you note courtesy of shapecharge/Getty Images.
A UNC-Wilmington grad born and raised in North Carolina, Kaitlyn always knew she would end up in NYC to pursue writing. As a summer editorial intern, she contributes career advice to The Muse. In addition, she also writes for other publications, such as USA TODAY College, Her Campus, and The Huffington Post. You can find her searching the city for the best eats, binge-watching Netflix, or catching up with friends at dinner. Say hi on Twitter @KaitlynRussell_More from this Author