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How To Pull Out Of A Job Interview Process Without Burning Bridges

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Creating future opportunities in job interviews

Job interviews are an opportunity for employers to find whether you're a good match for them, but it is also your time to see if the role is a good fit for you.

When you are sure the answer is "no", you can simply back out, or you can see it as another networking opportunity

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  • Once you've decided the job is not a good fit, it's important to let the hiring manager know as soon as possible.
  • Don't drop out less than a day before an interview, as it may appear unprofessional. 
  • In your rejection, thank them for their ti...

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