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Following up after an interview is a great way to show your interest in the position and to stay top of mind with the hiring manager. It also gives you an opportunity to clarify any questions you may have about the job or the company.

Here are some tips on how to write a follow-up email that will impress the hiring manager:

  • Within 24 hours of your interview, send an email.. This shows that you’re eager and that you’re serious about the job.

  • Always to write your email short and to the point. No more than one or two paragraphs.

  • Thank the interviewer for their time and for the opportunity to discuss the position.

  • Reiterate your interest in the job and why you’re a good fit for the company.

  • If you have any questions, be sure to ask them in your email.

  • Proofread your email carefully before sending it.

Here is an example of a follow-up email that you can use as a template:

Dear [Interviewer’s Name],

I hope this email finds you well.

I wanted to thank you again for taking the giving to interview me for the [position] position on [date]. I enjoyed learning more about the company and the position, and I’m even more excited about the opportunity now.

I’m particularly interested in [specific thing you learned about the company or the position]. I believe that my skills and experience in [your skills and experience] would be a valuable asset to your team.

I have a few questions about the position:

  • What are the next steps in the hiring process?

  • When should I hope to hear from you again?

Once again, I appreciate your thought and time. I want to hear from you as soon as possible.

Sincerely, [Your Name]

Here are some additional tips for writing a follow-up email that will get you noticed:


  • Use the interviewer’s name in your email. This shows that you took the time to remember their name and that you’re paying attention.
  • Personalize your email. Don’t just send out a generic email to everyone you interviewed with. Take the time to mention something specific that you discussed during your interview.
  • Be enthusiastic. Your email should convey your excitement about the position and the company.
  • Proofread your email carefully. Typos and grammatical errors will make you look unprofessional.


By following these tips, you can write a follow-up email that will show the hiring manager that you’re a serious candidate who is eager to get the job.