Sending your resume into the job search—and hearing nothing—can be disheartening.
But, you don’t have to sit on pins and needles waiting for a response.
If you’ve applied for a job and haven’t heard from the hiring manager in a week or two, go ahead and follow up.
What’s Included In Follow-Up Letter?
Your professionally written follow-up letter will:
Convey your high level of interest in the advertised position.
Clearly and concisely communicate why the job is an excellent fit.
Seamlessly match the tone, look and feel of your resume and cover letter (returning clients).
Say thank you for the opportunity and demonstrate your commitment to the process.