You had your interview, and the way it ended left you hopeful. Now comes what is often the most agonizing part of the job hunt: waiting for the hiring manager to call. But you still have some control over the process. Experts offer the following advice on maximizing your chances for success:
Following are some important guidelines for follow up to remember while making your notes:
- Send a thank you letter or note to everyone who took the interview.
- After the interview, send a thank you e-mail message since it’s the fastest way of communication.
- Try to send a handwritten thank you note because it shows that you are concerned enough about the job. It’s advisable to keep a box of thank you notes and some stamps handy.
- Try to send your thank you note within 24 hrs of attending the interview. The sooner you send the note, the better its impact will be.
- Write your job interview follow up note in such a manner that it reflects your interest in the job as well as in the company.
- In the note, highlight your relevant expertise that’s relevant to the job.
- If you have something that you’ve forgotten to say in the interview, specify them in the follow up note.
- Double check the follow up notes before you send them. A grammatical error or typo can take you out of the competition.
- If you’re not sure what exactly your follow up note should be, review some examples online or consult an expert involved with a leading IT employment agencies.
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