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Should I follow up a job application?

Started by Job Hunter, March 08, 2012, 10:17:28 pm

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Job Hunter

When you apply for a job that you always wanted to or the job you really need to have, you should do somethings right after the you make your job application.

You should also follow up your interview.

Follow ups can be either via a letter or on the telephone.

What do you think about this? Should I follow up a job application? If yes then how?

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If they don't tell you not to, then by all means, go ahead and get in touch to follow up your interview.

There may have been a delay in getting back in touch with you after your interview, so sometimes it's worth getting in touch just to ask how things went.

You could also ask for feedback if you weren't successful, which will give you some tips for your next interview.


Definitely follow up, but perhaps do so by email. Letters can get lost, misfiled or just generally misplaced, especially within large companies. Some employers appreciate a phonecall and the opportunity to give feedback. Their feedback can help you to find out where you went wrong so you can make adjustments to future applications.

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