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4 Tips to Avoid Awkward Interview Follow-Ups

Gladys Stone & Fred Whelan | Monster Contributing Writers

You Don’t Like the Job or the Company

No matter how qualified you are for the position, there will be times when you just know that you and the company are not a good match. Perhaps after learning more about the position, you decide it isn’t right for you. Or you discover after some research and the face-to-face interview that the company is not to your liking. When sending an interview thank-you note, you’ll want to express gratitude for the interviewer’s time and gracefully bow out of the competition for the position.

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