Job Interviews: One Way to Outshine Competitors

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Manners Give Job Applicants a Competitive Advantage

You know the old saying that common courtesy goes a long way?

Well, it's true - especially when it comes to finding a legal job.

Think about this: When was the last time you wrote a handwritten thank you note or even a thank-you email to a prospective employer?

If you can't answer the question - you're not alone. Many legal recruiters sadly report that out of the thousands of applications they get, only a handful of people will actually take the time to send a thank you note for their assistance in the job search process.

Today, sending a thank you gives job applicants a COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. It is so rare that manners differentiate an applicant from the rest of the group. Furthermore, many partners say that manners practiced inside a firm reveal a lot about how an associate might be treating clients.

Still not convinced about the benefits of manners? Here's what else a simple thank you can do for you.

Please see full article below for more information.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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