Emails That Land Jobs: The Best Way to Shine in a Follow-Up Note

That’s how many emails most “working professionals” send and receive every day.

The bad news? That’s a whole lot of noise—and it can feel difficult to pop out from the pile, especially when you’re trying to lock down a new job opportunity.

The good news? Most emails are poorly written, awkward, vague, or just plain boring. And when 99% of the incoming stream is blah-blah-beige, it doesn’t take too much effort to shine brighter than a disco ball.

So, what’s the best way to shine?

Simple: Be unexpectedly generous.

SOURCE: thedailymuse.com