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You’ve searched for the perfect job opening. You’ve sent the resume and now you’ve made it through the interview round.

What should be in your follow-up after being interviewed? Career experts Kathi Toll and Ellen Ericson share some insights about how to make an impression even after you've left the interview.

Ellen's Advice

"Upon leaving the interview, thank the person for their time and considering you for the position. Provide a couple of highlights from the interview that intrigued you and confirm next steps."

Kathi's Advice

"It goes without saying, but make sure you do follow-up! I recommend sending both e-mail and a handwritten note, if time permits. Reiterate your interest in the position and if possible mention a particular topic you discussed in the interview. Lastly, reinforce how you can be of benefit to the company."

About the Experts

Ellen-Ericson-Expert-Photo-FINALEllen Ericson is a leadership consultant and executive coach with over 15 years in the business world. She conducts seminars and one-on-one coaching for her clients in the areas of executive effectiveness, international protocol and intercultural competence. As seen on ABC, FOX and NBC news, you can contact her or find her tips on EllenEricson.com.



Kathi-Toll-Photo-FINALKathi Toll founded ExpertOnTime.com whose mission is to help women get out of their own way and into the way of others. She also co-founded CareerGirlNetwork.com, which provides women clear paths to career success and a large network of women to nurture, mentor, and support their goals. Kathi loves nothing more than providing strong points of view on topical issues for women in the workforce.



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