Leaving a Voice Mail

Have you received a voice mail where you couldn’t understand the caller, or worse yet, the caller fades in and out? Some might think leaving a voice mail for a potential employer is a no-brainer, just call, says what you have to say and hang up! Oh my, let’s see, hasn’t there been a time or two where you suddenly became tongue tied? Or, maybe you meant to say one word but as you began to speak, you became nervous and said something entirely different. Just as in all phases of your job search, preparation is the critical factor in your success. Read the linked article to learn how to follow basic steps to ensure a successful communication with the potential employer.

http://work.chron.com/leave-voice-mail-after-job-interview-1783.html

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