Following up after an interview
No matter how your interview went, we’ve got the advice you need to handle your interview follow up professionally and effectively. So whether you’re wondering exactly what to do after a job interview, you’re looking for a thank you email template, or you just need help spotting the signs that your interview went well – you’ll find everything you need to follow up after an interview.
Figuring out whether your interview went well isn’t always easy. To help you spot them, here are eight signs to look out for:
Unfortunately, interviews don’t always go to plan. We’ve already covered how to deal with stress in an interview, but here are 11 things you should always do after a bad interview:
We’ve already covered five things you should never do if you don’t get the job – but to stop you from beating yourself up, here are six reasons you didn’t get the job:
Sick of being told that ‘everything happens for a reason’ (and other apt motivational slogans)? Here are our top tips to help you ace your next interview:
We’ve already covered how to survive interview rejection, but here are five things you should never do if you don’t get the job:
Always being told you’re overqualified? It might not mean what you think. To help reassure you, here are six of the most annoying things recruiters say, and what they actually might mean:
So, the job interview is over (cue: sigh of relief)…but what now? To help turn your potential post-interview stress into a positive attitude that could help land your dream job, here are some of our top tips on what to do after a job interview:
How you follow-up after an interview can be just as important as the interview itself. To help make sure you do it the right way, here’s our comprehensive post-interview checklist:
Sometimes, a little thank you can go a long way. To help you make the right impression after an interview, here’s our interview thank you email template:
So, why haven’t they called? Here are a few of the reasons we’ve experienced, and our number one tip for what you should do about it.