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Give a call. You can say: Hi, I'm following up on an application that I sent. I'm very interested in the role and your company, and I just wanted to ensure that you received it. This way you'll know if the person is still sorting through resumes or if the position has already been filled.
Following up for the position of [position name], I'd like to inquire about the progress of your hiring decision and the status of my job application. I am very eager to work with your company. Thanks for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hear back from you soon.
You can say: Hi, I'm following up on an application that I sent. I'm very interested in the role and your company, and I just wanted to ensure that you received it. This way you'll know if the person is still sorting through resumes or if the position has already been filled. Then, listen to what the person says.
Use your connections. Go through your business and professional contacts to see if you know anyone from the company. Get the hiring manager's contact details. Write a follow-up email directly to the hiring manager. Make a phone call. Don't get creepy. Keep job seeking.
Adhere to the Timeline: The last thing you want to do is make a nuisance of yourself. Politely Ask if a Decision Has Been Made: The point of sending a follow-up message is to find out if you are still in running for the job.
Brian McCullough at ResumeWriting.com found that hiring managers are most likely to respond to applications three days after the opening was posted. After that there is a gradual decline in replies over time though there is a spike in replies around 1 week, 2 weeks, and 3 weeks after the job was posted.
Write a follow-up email directly to the hiring manager Use a clear subject line, for example: Following up on a job application for [position title]. Be polite and humble in the body of your message. Say you're still interested and reiterate why you're the perfect fit. Keep the resume follow-up email short.
You can say: Hi, I'm following up on an application that I sent. I'm very interested in the role and your company, and I just wanted to ensure that you received it. This way you'll know if the person is still sorting through resumes or if the position has already been filled. Then, listen to what the person says.
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