Am I Still Under Consideration For The Job?

Am I still under consideration for the job

Am I Still Under Consideration For The Job?

Hi, Job-hunters. Have you recently had an interview that you believe went well, but you want to know the burning question, “am I still under consideration for the job?” In this article, we are going to look at a basic structure along with a few scripts you can use to contact the recruiter to ask, “Am I still under consideration for the job?”

Whenever you have an interview that went well, you are curious if there will be subsequent interviews. Are you still in or are you out? Honestly speaking, it is hard to keep on waiting, so let’s speed up the process and ask, “Am I still under consideration for the job?” It is best to wait a few days, possibly a week before sending out this inquiry email. That will give the recruiter enough time to interview other candidates and get everything together. Let’s look at a structure we can use to start our inquiry email.

Am I Still Under Consideration for the Job – Email Structure

Simple Structure To Ask If you Are Still Under Consideration For A Job.

  1. Greeting (Dear Mr. / Mrs., Hi, Greetings etc. Use similar language as the recruiter has used.)
  2. Thank the Interviewer for his/her time. / Mention position you interviewed for
  3. Ask if you are still under consideration for the job or for a status
  4. Reiterate your interest in the position and add specific reasons why you are a strong candidate.
  5. Offer to provide any further information.
  6. Closing (Best regards, or Kind regards)

Am I Still Under Consideration for the Job – Example 1

Greetings James,

Just a quick follow-up to our phone conversation. I would like to know if I am still under consideration for the growth marketer position with your company. I remain very interested in the position and am confident that my experience in marketing, startups, and knowledge of the segment can be an asset to your company. If you would like any more information or any references, please feel free to ask.

Best regards,

Philip

Am I Still Under Consideration for the Job – Example 2

Hi Alison,

I just wanted to quickly follow up with you about the analyst position and see if you have heard anything from the hiring manager Jon. I am still very interested in the position and believe I can make a valuable contribution to the company.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Philip Chesney

Am I Still Under Consideration for the Job – Example 3

Hello Tatiana,

I just wanted to follow up with you about the Jr Manager position and see if I am still under consideration for it. I am very interested in the position and know I can make a valuable contribution to the organization. With my college classes in business administration, my internship at a tier 1 company, and my hunger to grow and learn as much as I can, I believe could be a great asset to your team and help grow your business.

Thank you again for your time and consideration.

Kind regards,

Philip Chesney

Am I Still Under Consideration for the Job – Example 4

Dear Amy,

Thanks again for giving me the opportunity to interview for the marketing analyst position. I enjoyed meeting with you yesterday and hearing more about the great things the company is doing. I also want to share that I have just finished 2 semesters in marketing and have recently started learning more about digital marketing.

Please do not hesitate to ask if you need any references or if I can provide any other helpful information.

Thanks again for your time.

Best,

Philip Chesney

Extra Tips To Ask If You Are Under Consideration

  1. Whenever you write these follow-up emails, keep them short, sweet, and straight to the point.
  2. Always be courteous and write the email in a professional manner.
  3. Never appear desperate. If you show desperation for the job, you lose your ability to negotiate.
  4. Be careful not to come across as overly demanding for an answer. I know it can be very irritating to wait for a response email, but you need to be respectful.
  5. Wait a few days. Give the interviewer a good 2 or 3 days to respond to your email. In most cases, you will probably get a response the same or next day, but be prepared to wait.
  6. Interviewing is a patience game and waiting sucks, but you must be patient and wait.

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Wrap Up

As you go through the interview process, you will probably have several interviews with the same company. There will be a time gap in between each of them. This can cause anxiety and make you wonder, “Am I still under consideration for the job?” The best way to find out is by sending the recruiter a short email. Another good reason to do this is that you are showing your interest in the position, and you are staying fresh on the interviewer’s mind.

For more tips on job-hunting and interviewing, check out other CareerPrep articles and the CareerPrep Youtube channel. Best of luck with your interviews and go get that position!

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