11 Tips for Getting Hired in 2011

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Don't be afraid to follow up.

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Job seekers sometimes worry that following up will be perceived as too aggressive, but that’s rarely the case. Companies want to work with employees who are excited about working in the organization, and checking in after an interview, either via e-mail or with a thank-you note, demonstrates initiative.

Lindsay Olson is a founding partner and public relations recruiter with Paradigm Staffing and Hoojobs, a niche job board.

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