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Please check out this fantastic article by LinkedIn as part of their weekly News’ Job Search & Careers editorials from Gianna Prudente with our president, Matt Warzel, as a contributor – How to follow up after an interview

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Great topic Gianna! Always follow-up with a thank-you note to the hiring committee and recruiters. Some tips:

• Be kind, positive and thankful.
• Show your relevant interest in the job.
• Show your appreciation of the correspondence and interview they provided.
• Reiterate your skills or any important information you might have not provided while interviewing.
• Remind them about some key highlights that relate to filling in the void left from their pain of having this opening.
• Convince them as to why you are the solution to their human capital needs.
• You did you best, now remember to let it go.
• Write down any key points that were covered or big questions that were asked, as well as your answers. This must be done immediately after the interview while it’s still fresh in your mind. This is especially important in the first interview, as you may be asked similar questions again in subsequent interviews. Rather than giving the same answer again, you can add on to your previous answer and tell you interview that it’s something you’ve been thinking about since the first interview. Also make a note of anything you wanted to say in the interview but didn’t get a chance to mention. You can make sure to bring up these points in the next interview, or if it’s your final interview, you might be able to mention them in a thank you note. In addition to writing down the material that was covered, you should look at it with a critical eye to identify what went well and what didn’t. Take this information and use it to practice and improve for your next interview. Analyzing your interview will help you identify any areas that you need to improve on, and will make sure you don’t forget any important details from the interview.

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