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Interview Follow-Up

After the interview, the suspense starts.  Listed below are a few of the possible questions you may have regarding what comes after your interview.

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How long after the interview before I call to see if I have been hired?  What do I say or ask?

Usually, at the end of the interview the candidate asks what the next steps will be.  When will they make a decision?  Getting a time frame helps.  Sending a thank you letter after the interview also is an opportunity to restate your candidacy and remind them of this time frame.  "As you said you would be making a decision next week, I will telephone you to determine my status."  If you are in the dark about when they are deciding, call the person you met with: Thank them (again) for the interview.  Ask for status on the hiring process; has a decision been made?  If they have chosen and it was not you, you can ask for some feedback or suggestions (hired someone with more experience?).  You can restate your interest in the organization and ask to be considered if any other related jobs open up.

Here are more tough interview questions and situations answered in the Complete Interview Guide:

  • I had the interview and understand the employer is debating among five candidates for two positions.  I'm looking for ideas on a follow up approach that might enhance my probability to be one of the selected ones.

  • I just interviewed for a sales job and sent thank you notes.  What is my next step?

  • After an interview, when do I write a thank you letter?


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