Whether you just had a phone conversation or an in-person meeting. So what should be your top priority now? The post-interview follow up.
That’s right: a letter to the interviewer(s) thanking them for their time, and also reaffirming your interest in and qualifications for the role…
As you shake hands and walk from the interview room, you feel confident. You think you did well.
But there’s still one more important aspect of your job interview that, done well, could help earn you a job offer: You still need to follow-up.
So, that went well. You did your homework, researched the company, practiced answering typical questions, and dressed to impress. You aced that interview! Now the waiting game begins. You can’t take it.
You’re just itching to follow up with a phone call or an email, but how soon is too soon? When is the right time for a post-interview follow up?