Category Archives: What To Do After Your Interview

How To Ask For A Raise (And Actually Get One!)

By Mike Simpson Please share this article by clicking the buttons below: “I’m not getting paid enough to do this job!” Sound familiar? Of course it does, we’ve all said it…and yet, how many of us sit at our desks day after day, grumbling about pay, but don’t actually do anything about it? Well, no more!…

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What To Do After An Interview – “Did I Get The Job!?”

By Jeff Gillis Please share this post on social media by clicking the buttons below:   Remember that totally amazing interview you had a few days ago? You remember, the one where you blew the competition out of the water? You were prepped, ready, and on point! In fact, if you’d been any more the…

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How To Write A Resignation Letter (Example Template Included)

By Mike Simpson Please share this tutorial on social media by clicking the buttons below:     Saying goodbye to anyone can be a difficult decision, especially when you’ve invested both time and emotion into the relationship. But what about saying goodbye to your boss and job? We’ve all been in those uncomfortable situations, when…

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Send This Thank You Email After Interview (Templates Included)

By Mike Simpson Please share these templates with your social networks! Ok, so you’re feeling like a “big shot.” Your cover letter and resume were the stuff of legends. Your suit was finely pressed, you had a nice spritz of your favorite scent on and anyone within 10 miles could see that you were having the best…

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How To Turn Down A Job Offer (And Not Look Like a Fool)

By Mike Simpson Please share this article! If you are of the same generation as Jeff and I, you probably remember when actress Sally Field was accepting an Oscar for her role in “Places in the Heart” and she was up on the podium clutching her statue, tears streaming down her cheeks and she said (cringe), “You like me,…

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