7 Things to Do After a Job Interview

7 Things to Do After a Job Interview

As soon as your job interview is over, it’s time to play the waiting game. You may believe you have done your part till you get an offer. But this isn’t the case., in reply to our previous article on 7 things NOT to do after a job interview, here are 8 things you CAN do after a Job Interview.

 

  1. Send a thank you note.

Most experts believe sending an email expressing your appreciation within a day is recommended. To stand out, mention something discussed in the interview and provide a book title or link to a web article on that topic. Submitting Handwritten notes are also a great idea.

 

  1. Start preparing for a second round interview.

Regardless of how you think the first interview went, it’s never too early to get ready for the next one. Find interesting information on the campaign and candidate (articles or accomplishments not listed on the website) and think of ways to work it into conversation.

  1. Follow instructions.

If the interviewer suggested contacting them by email after two weeks, don’t call them after a week. Do exactly what they ask. Sometimes employers intentionally request odd follow-up tasks in order to make sure you are good at following instructions. It’s all part of the interview process.

  1. Start preparing for a second round interview.

Regardless of how you think the first interview went, it’s never too early to get ready for the next one. Find interesting information on the campaign and candidate (articles or accomplishments not listed on the website) and think of ways to work it into conversation.

  1. Use connections if you have got them.

If you know someone who could possibly influence the hiring process, ask them to write a quick email or LinkedIn message highlighting your assets.