How to Send an Interesting Interview Follow-Up Note

The Search Firm Insider

Soreaching candidates you landed the interview, did your company research, had great rapport with the hiring manager and breezed through the interview questions.  You gave a proper, firm handshake, and left the interview feeling pretty good about yourself. Then they didn’t call you, or a month went by…and they turned you down. What gives?

You should have written a follow-up note. Maybe you did, but it was a waste of their time, because it offered nothing useful, and was the exact note they’ve seen 1000 times before, so they hit delete without even looking at the name. Sending a follow-up note is expected. You’re not leaping ahead of the pack by sending one, you’re still in the middle of the pack. Hey, at least you’re not the sickly, limping straggler anymore, right?

If you want your follow-up note to shine, and really make a good impression on your…

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