How Ghosting Can Be a Professional Problem, Too

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Face to face interactions can be limited in the job search process given that most of the resources you need are disposable at your fingertips. Some employers, especially large corporations or franchises, may absolutely require you to fill out surveys and questionnaires strictly online before you could easily get in touch with anyone at the company. That being said, the power of meaningful interactions is not to be underestimated. For one, if you’re able to meet in person with a contact at a workplace you’re interested in, that’s invaluable. On the other hand, even if you’re solely sending resumes online, beware that it may reflect poorly on you if you mindlessly shoot off your resume and loose track of those you’ve been in contact with. ‘Ghosting’ can be a professional problem, too.


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