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You might have nailed the interview, but the hiring manager and the persons(s) that interviewed you are going to study how you behave after the interview. Here are 3 things you need to do after an interview to make sure you get the job.
Make Sure You Ask for a Timeline – Asking for a timeline at the end of the interview can help alleviate your stress in the days following the interview itself. When you have a rough timeline, you don’t need to wonder when the hiring manager will contact you. This can help you in the next steps.
Write a thank you letter or email – This may seem trivial, but it is essential in hiring courtesy. Whether it’s a handwritten note or email, it shows the hiring manager that you care about the role enough to follow up with them.
If they don’t contact you, contact them – If you haven’t heard from the hiring manager within the timeline they gave you, don’t be afraid to follow-up with them. Not only does it show initiative, but it also gives you a better chance of hearing from the company instead of getting ghosted.
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