Rick Deutsch shares a one minute video about remaining visible after the interview and follow-up.
If you have sent a handwritten thank you note, sent an email and done all the suggested follow-up after your interview, now what? Author Rick Deutsch says to hold tight at first. Wait at least a week and a half to two weeks so you don’t annoy the hiring manager. You also don’t want to be passive during the hiring process as that shows a lack of interest. After enough time has passed, you can give the person you interviewed with a quick phone call. This helps you remain visible, get more information, learn if there is anything else they need to know and find out where they are in the hiring process. It is important not to be pushy, but still keep on their list of potential candidates by reaffirming your interest and drive to get hired.
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