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The structure of an ideal candidate follow-up email

After an interview, send the ideal candidate a follow-up email.

  • Subject line: Write the purpose of the email. Keep it formal and concise. For example, "Follow-up on your interview." or "Thank you for your time this morning."
  • Intro: Mention the person by name. Thank them for their time/follow up with something that came up during the interview.
  • Body: In about 100 words, deliver on your subject line.
  • Closing. End the email on a positive note. For example, "Thanks again", "Let's stay in touch!".

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After an interview, a follow-up email to your candidates can do wonders for your recruiting efforts.

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