You have sent a resume to a company you'd like to interview with and you haven't heard back right away. What do you do next?
You can either wait patiently, presuming the employer will contact you if they are interested, or you can opt to follow up with the employer. Here are the pros and cons of following up, and how to follow up, if you do decide to do so after sending your resume.
After an interview though, you should always follow up with a thank you letter or thank you note reminding the interviewer about your key qualifications for the job and reiterating your interest in the position.
How to Follow Up
- How to Follow Up After Sending Your Resume
- Should You (or Shouldn't You) Follow Up After Sending a Resume?
- Poll: Should You Follow Up After Sending Your Resume?
- Job Interview Follow Up
- Job Interview Thank You Letters
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