Great Interview? Lost the Job Offer?

You worked hard on your research, practiced your presentation and you pulled it off! Best interview you’ve ever done! So why didn’t you get the job offer? What you do after the interview is as vitally important as everything you did up to the interview. Your ability to follow through and the digital trail you leave are continually under scrutiny until the salary negotiations are finalized and you’ve accepted the offer. A good rule of thumb is to talk exactly what you walk. If you are presenting yourself to the employer in your conversation as a person of certain standards, you want to be sure that anything you’ve said or done up to that point and beyond that point which could possibly be uncovered, reflects exactly what you portrayed yourself to be. Read today’s article and find out the complete list of areas in which you could fall short or where the employer may be monitoring your ongoing presence. Don’t be caught unaware.

http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2014/06/09/how-to-rock-your-interview-but-lose-the-job-offer

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