Whew! It's over. Or at least you think it is. Now you can sit back and wait for The Call.
Some will tell you to send a nice email to follow up on your interview, others say call. Remember, though, many other interviewees will be following up as well.
You don't want to be just another voice among the many.
Here's a better way.
Adrian Granzella Larsen, writing for TheMuse.com, has written an article showing you how to do it so that you stand out from the dozens (or more) emails and calls the new employer will receive
From the article:
Assuming you’re not the only candidate in the pipeline, your “just checking in” email will probably be one of many sitting in the hiring manager’s inbox. Use the opportunity not just to follow up, but to show once again why you’re the best candidate for the job.
Read the full article by clicking HERE.