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Keep Making an Impression After Your Social Work Job Interview: The Art of Following Up

You made it through the job interview for the social work job you want. Now what? Do not neglect to follow up. Write a thank-you letter, connect on LinkedIn, and prepare for the next interview. The search isn't over until you start your new job.

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