I have a MBA degree and over 25 yrs management experience. I have interviews and I do well on them, but I never get the call back to be offered a job. I am employed but career is stagnant and looking for a change. What is wrong with me?
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I've been searching for work for months now and have had dozens of interviews. I meet the qualifications for the job, dress appropriately, and do well during interviews, but no-one calls me back afterward when they say they will. I even make follow-up calls to make sure they haven't forgotten. I've done all I can, so why don't they do their part?
Don’t let employers forget about you once the job fair ends...
Now is the time to follow up!
-Do it sooner rather than later
1-2 business days after the job fair is ideal.
-Make it personal
Remember that employers have met and spoken to MANY people at the fair, so it’s unlikely they will automatically remember you. If you had a good conversation, make note of something you discussed and mention it in the email.
-Reach out to the right people
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