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Dear Experts, I read most responses for job postings are on Mondays and Wednesdays. Will responding on a Tuesday, Thursday or Friday get more attention? Weekends? Here is how the T.A.P. experts answered this question: @keppie_careers Q#143 Quality of materials, ability to connect your value to their needs R key no matter when U apply. @juliaerickson Q#143 Tues & Thurs my fave days 2 apply: Thurs b4 wknd, cd get 2 it Fri; Tues, Monday crush over. FU same days. @dawnbugni Q#143 Not exactally sure about rezs, but suggested to send eletters Tues/Wed a.m. 4 highest click through rate. @jtodonnell Q#143 - Monday is bad, hiring managers mindset is not best after the weekend - Tuesday early morning is best. @ValueIntoWords Q#143 Suggest avoiding Mon/Fri - send Tues-Wed-Thurs (ideal), but there is no magic bullet. @kgrantcareers Q#143 I agree w @jtodonnell go for Tuesday. Mondays - ppl have 2 sort through weekend and Friday's unfinished stuff. @dawnbugni Q#143 Not exactally sure about rezs, but suggested to send eletters Tues/Wed a.m. 4 highest click through rate. @beneubanks Q#143 Being in HR, I'd say that it doesn't matter. Hiring mgr is always swamped. Applied for my job Mon 8AM. @keppie_careers Q#143 I do not suggest worrying about gaming system, there is no one RIGHT way/day that works for all. Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

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