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How to make a follow-up Email after the Interview

Before making a follow-up mail, make sure you wait for some time. Don’t be in hurry making a follow-up mail.

If the interviewer mentioned that they would notify you within the specified time, make sure you wait for the specified time period.

If you still do not receive any response, make a follow-up mail

This is an only sample email.

Basic Email Etiquettes

Bonus Tip for Document Attached

Sometimes, we may also need to attach document along with the email. Please make sure you name it properly.

The name should specify the contents of the document.

For instance :- If you are sending your resume to a company, make sure you rename it properly.

Staying in touch mail

If you still haven’t heard back from the firm/company or you’ve learned that you didn’t get the job, you can still stay in touch with the hiring manager.

The goal is to establish a professional relationship with a person who can help you grow.

Keep it concise. Send this to the hiring manager. This person is probably at a senior level.

Limit to two paragraphs.

Subject Line: Staying in touch: <Name> Dear <Interviewer> Hope this email finds you well! I hope you are well. I am reaching out to thank you again for your time and consideration. I enjoyed the conversation with you. As someone who is aspiring to build a professional career, I’d love to learn more about how you’ve developed and applied your skills. I know you are busy, but if you have 20 minutes to spare, it would be great to get on your calendar. I am eager to know when you will be available for a phone or chat sometime in the next few weeks Have a great day ahead! Thank you! <Name>

>-Be aware that if you received “No”, it is likely that this email might change that. What it can do is to show your interest. They might call you for any future job opportunity if available in the upcoming weeks

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