Making a proper impression with a possible employer doesn’t end with your first meeting. The way you act during the time between leaving his or her office and getting (or not getting) a confirmation of your status is as important as when you first entered in your business suit. For most though, the wait raises many questions such as how to deal with references, when to follow-up, and when to move on.

If you’re one of the many who are expecting word from probable employers, you may want to consider these ten things you can do after a job interview to help you stay professional with your dealings.

(Photo by U.S. -Japan Council via Flickr Creative Commons)

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