Job Interviews: 5 Ways To Leave A Good Impression

making good impression
making good impression



By Amy Levin-Epstein, CBS MoneyWatch


There are few things that feel better than walking out of a job interview you think you've nailed. But just because you've answered the last question doesn't mean the evaluation process is over. From the time you stand up, to the time you get into the elevator, leave the building or walk to your car, you're still under review. Here are five things to do after you stand up. They just might be as important as the Q&A itself.