How To Structure Your Post-Interview Thank You Email

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In my previous post, I mentioned writing a post-interview email that I thought my interviewer liked. However, it took some effort for my message to reach that point.

Starting out, I didn’t know how to structure this email—I had to look up exactly what to do. This made me think that perhaps you could use some tips on how to structure a “thank you” message to send your interviewer after the interview. Here’s what I found out.…

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Video Chat Interviews: Yay Or Nay?

Skype, Google hangouts or Facetime. Is this the new way to get to know your potential employees?
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As a job-searching millennial, I waited for this day to come since I started using the web to find a job. Yes, the day when I would use video chat for an interview.

Think about it. Not having to travel to charm people. No awkward handshake, just a wave. Not having to wear pants during the interview. Ok. Maybe that last one is a little too much, but you get the idea. Video chatting is a great way of having meetings without putting a complete halt to your day. It’s practical and accessible, but not that personal.

Last Thursday I experienced my first Google hangout interview and here are my observations on the experience. …