Project Description: You’ve applied for your dream job, landed an interview, and

Project Description: You’ve applied for your dream job, landed an interview, and when it came time to interview, you were fairly confident that you answered all of the questions well. Now, what do you do? Most hiring managers actually expect to receive a follow-up message from their interviewees. In fact, interview follow-up is another opportunity for you to sell yourself to the interviewer by restating your interest, showing gratitude for the chance to interview and simply displaying good manners.For this project, write your own follow-up email message to an interviewer for a company that you would like to apply to and work for. 1. In your follow-up letter, thank the interviewer for talking with you. 2. Indicate again your interest in the position and how you believe you are qualified for the position. 3. Include a gentle nudge towards the next step of the hiring process. 4. Make sure to include at least 3 paragraphs and not more than 4 paragraphs. 5. Check your grammar and spelling, and make sure you have a consistent professional tone throughout the letter. To start, consult this article for tips and examples: “Follow-Up Email Examples for After the Interview” https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/interviewing/follow-up-email-examples-after-interview
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