How A "Leave Behind" Makes a Great and Lasting Impression

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A leave behind is material that you leave with an interviewer following an interview. It can be anything from an internship project you did to a current article about the industry you are interviewing in. They help in creating a lasting impression.


Alan K.

Alan K.

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