RE: Interviewing Strategies

Subject: RE: Interviewing Strategies
From: Maggie_Secara -at- capgroup -dot- com
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 11:04:25 -0800

vrfour -at- verizon -dot- net wrote on 12/07/2006 09:59:57 AM:

Also, as previously posted, I have never, EVER, asked an interviewer "Can I
> have the job?" That, to me, is just too forward. I've had bad
> and I've had good interviews - interviews where I knew that I had
> the interviewers - but asking for the job would seem to place the
> interviewer in an awkward situation.

I'd certainly never use those words either. But it can't hurt to make it
clear that you DO want this job. I tried it this last time, and you know, I
think it made a difference. Hell, it made more difference than a thank you
note ever has. Maybe it just depends on the culture of the particular



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