How to Follow Up On a Job Interview


Here are some tips on how to properly communicate with a future employer to increase your chances of getting hired.
After submitting your application:
Once you send in your application, the next step is to wait to hear back from the employer. You do not want to pester the hiring manager with phone calls or emails because you never know how many hundreds of applications they have to sift through before beginning the interview process.
Post interview:
After your interview, be sure to send a “thank you” note to express gratitude for the interview and your continued interest in the position.
After a week:
Review your notes from the interview and send a thoughtful email or short phone call reflecting on points from the interview. State something memorable from the interview or try to show your value to the company.

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