Follow-up email after a job interview

  • Ask when would be an appropriate time for me to check back in?
  • refer to specific company plans that you discussed during the interview.
  • suggest how your experience and skills can help with their challenges.
  • say that you’re willing to provide the hiring manager with any additional information if necessary,

Subject line

  • Pleasure to learn more about [Company Name]

Short & Sweet

  • I hope you’re well! I’m checking in on the Marketing Coordinator role. It was great to meet with the team earlier and I’m looking forward to your update. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can provide to assist in the decision-making process.


  • Thank you so much for taking the time to talk to me about the position of [the position you’re applying for] with [Company Name] this morning.
  • It was a pleasure to learn more about your [innovative strategy / upcoming challenges / core values / industry insights]
  • It was great to learn that you share my approach to [industry / business]. I particularly liked the way you [specific detail about the company you learned during the interview]
  • Thank you for the opportunity to come and chat for the second time. Now I am even more certain that working with [the team name] would be a dream come true for me / this is a job I would enjoy and one where I could make a valuable contribution with my skills and experience [refer to your specific area of expertise and how it can benefit your employer].
  • From our conversation, it’s clear that [Company name] has the energetic and hard-working environment I’m seeking.
  • I’m following up to see if you have any updates regarding the position now.


  • I focus on building trust and boosting credibility — and I’m excited about the prospect of bringing that skillset to [Company name].
  • I was thinking about what you said regarding [specific issue discussed during the interview]. In my last role as [your current or most recent position] I found that [data-backed explanation of how you would tackle the issue in question].
  • I am particularly interested in the details you shared about the upcoming launch of the brand campaign.
  • I thoroughly enjoyed discussing [project or topic] during our time and I wanted to send along some projects I’ve worked on that mirror [company name]’s efforts in [industry]. Please let me know what you think and I hope to talk with you soon about what I can contribute to [company name].


  • I remain interested in the role and am excited to continue showing you what I can offer. Please let me know if there is anything else I can send to enhance my application. Otherwise, I am looking forward to hearing from you in the coming week.
  • I’m looking forward to meeting with you in person and discussing our cooperation further.
  • Please feel free to contact me if you find you need any more information
  • I look forward to our call next week as discussed.
  • Please, let me know if you have an update and if there are any additional details I could provide you with to facilitate the hiring process.
  • If you need any additional information from me, please let me know.
  • Looking forward to your thoughts!

Not interested in the job?

  • Thank them for their time and consideration, explain why the position isn’t a good match for your skills and experience and let them know you’d like to stay in touch if they have suitable openings. Never burn bridges on the job market.