No matter what the circumstances are, it’s always a good idea to send a follow-up email after a job interview. Whether you’re thanking the employer for the opportunity to interview, reminding the interviewer that you’re still interested, or that you have decided to turn down an offer, sending an email shows class and makes a good impression. It can even, in some cases, help you get the position you’re looking for.
Here are the five main types of follow-up emails and some examples for you to follow:
1. Follow Up After an Interview