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9 Ways to Ruin Your Ad Agency Interview

Kayla Baxter | Excelle

Not Sending a Thank You Note After the Interview – 12%


A simple gesture has a large impact.

With the majority of companies using the internet to find and hire new employees, a simple email can go a long way after an interview and in most cases has replaced the traditional paper card.

The Cure

A quick email to your interviewer doesn’t take a lot of effort, and it’s really worth your time. Doing it immediately after the interview will help you remember, too — or you can set a reminder on your phone when you turn it back on afterward. Just letting someone know that you appreciate their time speaks volumes about you.

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