Amy Glaser, senior vice president of Adecco Staffing USA , suggests asking yourself, “Is this company a good fit for me?” “Can I see myself growing there?” “Will I mesh with the company culture?” “Naturally, you want to impress a potential employer during an interview, but afterwards, the ball is back in your court as you decide whether that company aligns with your career goals,” she tells Business Insider. “It’s better to tell a potential employer that you have different interests than to take up more time during a second interview or to take a job that isn’t fulfilling and resign soon after.” 6. Write it all down Get all of your thoughts down in writing, especially if you didn’t take notes in the interview, Haefner suggests. “It’s important to have this to go back and review as you continue on your job search,” she says. 7. Ask your recruiter to follow up If you worked with a recruiter or headhunter, Oliver suggests asking them to follow up with your interviewer that day for feedback. 8. Write a fantastic thank you email You should send a thank you note by email on the same day if you interview in the morning and by the next morning if you interview in the afternoon, says J.T. O’Donnell, the founder of career-advice site CAREEREALISM.com and author of ” Careerealism: The Smart Approach to a Satisfying Career .” Some keys to writing a thank you note that gets you the job include recapping some of the things you feel are your strengths for the job at hand and taking the time to address any awkward moments during the interview or questions you couldn’t fully answer at the time, Oliver says.
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Jackson agreed to an interview , which was scheduledto take place after the NFL owners meetings in mid-January. But Jackson never got on the plane. Before the Giants could get him to New Jersey, Jackson accepted the Browns’ offer onJan. 13. The Giants hired McAdoo that night, and here we are, the teams to meet Sunday in Cleveland. Meanwhile, the teams are headed in opposite directions: The Browns are 0-11 and in danger of going 0-for-2016, and the Giants likely are fighting for a wild-card spot behind the Cowboys, who are 10-1. Why didn’t Jackson at least hear the Giants out? “[Browns owners] Jimmy and Dee Haslam,” Jackson said on a conference call with the Giants media this week. “I felt really comfortable about my time here. I think I’m in the right place, regardless of what the record (0-11 vs. 7-3) says .
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