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During the interview process, when should you send a thank-you note? A) Before the interview B) When you send in your résumé C) At the interview D) Immediately following the interview
During the interview process, you should send a thank-you note immediately following the interview.
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During the interview process, you should send a thank-you note immediately following the interview.
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