How To Follow Up After A Job Interview

By 06:54 Fri, 27 May 2016 Comments

You got to the interview stage- Congrats! You have done well, but you are still not at the goal post( received an offer letter). Until you get that letter stating you have been offered an employment with that organization, you have to continue to do well to stand out.

1. Immediately after the interview-(not MORE than 24hours later), be sure to write a letter of thanks to everyone who interviewed you. The purpose of this letter is to sell yourself again to this company. These days, it is okay to send an e-mail. A text message is iffy, depending on who the interviewer was and how the interview went.

In your letter, you should thank all the interviewers for the opportunity to interview with than and re-state your interest in the job and how your strengths/ qualifications can be an asset to the company/organization. If they(interviewer) did not already say so during your interview then in your letter, give a time frame on when you should follow up regarding the job position.

Read through to make sure there are no spelling mistakes or have someone else read over for you.



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