Second Follow Up Letter After Interview

A few weeks after a job interview, follow-up emails are sent to hiring managers to inquire about the status of the employment. They are helpful for applicants who have not yet received a response from the business. Here’s how you can write a second follow up letter after interview.

Dear {manager’s name}

On {interview date, time, and location}, I recently participated in an interview for the job opening {job title}. Meeting with you to talk about the role was fantastic. I’m contacting you to ask whether the position has been filled because I haven’t heard anything from your business yet. If not, do you have a projected date for making the choice? I still have a strong desire to join your team.

Let me know if there is anything else I can tell you. I’m interested in hearing from you.

I’m grateful.

{Your name}

{contact information}

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