The big news may come to you in a letter, but more than likely you’ll hear by phone or e-mail. However the invitation comes, answer promptly. Before you rush headlong into a response, check and double-check your calendar to make certain that you have no conflicts. Once you set a date and time, it’s important that you don’t make any changes. The last thing you want is to annoy the interviewer right off the bat by making her rearrange her schedule for you.
According to What Color Is Your Parachute? (Ten Speed Press, 2007) by Richard Nelson Bolles, on average, 48 of every 100 job interviews result in a job offer.
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