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Wednesday  May 24, 2017 . . . "I'm waiting to hear . . ."   A job search client recently said to me:  "I've applied to a lot of places and now I'm waiting to hear back!"...not a smart strategy.  The 2nd quarter of the year is a critical time in a job search, and May through June can be make-it-or-break-it months

May and June provide job seekers with an opportunity to zero-in on job opportunities they began to pursue via their initial application.  To sit and wait does nothing to move the action forward.  Instead, be proactive and follow-up.  Doing so may alert company HR and management staff that you applied, may renew interest in you and your qualifications, will give you a chance to restate your interest and fit for the job, and may even get you an interview if you ignite the firm's excitement about you.

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