Following up after a job interview

Do you let hiring companies know that you are still interested in working for them after the job interview? 

Many job seekers don't ... at their own peril. If a hiring decision maker thinks that you are uninterested, they may simply move on to the next (seemingly more enthusiastic) candidate.


Lack of follow up could be particularly problematic for Millennials who are more comfortable texting than responding to employers' voice mail and email messages. 


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Discover how and why to follow up with hiring companies in this article that I was interviewed for on yesyoucanonline.

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Emailing a hiring manager after applying for a job  
Sending a follow up email message  
Following up on job opportunities by phone

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