You landed the interview, you prepared for it, you nailed it. Congratulations! Time to sit back and wait for the hiring manager to email you, right?
By not following up on your interview, you risk being forgotten by the overwhelmed people who interviewed you. But don’t just take my word for it. According to a CareerBuilder study, 37% of job seekers don’t follow up with an employer after the interview. And this mistake almost always costs them the job. Trust me – I only hire candidates who follow up.
That’s why our fourth instalment in this ebook series is about the magic follow-up email.
We reverse-engineered what it takes to stick the landing and packed our quick guide with tons of actionable advice. We’re going to teach you how to stand out against other candidates who interviewed for the same job that you did. The goal? To increase your chances of getting the job.
Who is this book for?
Do you know what to say in a follow-up email after your interview?
Are you feeling anxious about something you said (or didn’t say) in the interview? Need to clarify something?
New phone, who dis? Worried that your recruiter went dark on you?
Use our templates and put your mind at ease.
As with all our ebooks, we want to make your life less stressful. We want to equip you with what it takes to make the most of this last step in the interview process. And we want to do it for free.
What’s in the ebook?
→ Tried & tested email templates to follow-up with your interviewers, tie up any loose ends, and give yourself an edge over the competition.
→ Expert advice on how frequently you should follow-up as well how to deal with possible rejection.
→ A tell-all look at the modern recruiting process to help you understand what might be holding you back.
Interview Follow-Up, The Book
You’ve nailed the interview. Now what?
Our free ebook will teach you about communication, timing and how recruiters decide who to hire.
Did we mention it’s free?
Did you find the book helpful? Did it help you get a job? Or do you still have burning questions for us to address? What would make this book a better, more helpful reading experience?
You can let us know. Seriously.
Email us here: email@example.com
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