though the interview is over, you still have more work to
do. Always send a thank you letter to the employer. If you
are not contacted within the specified time, you may call
to ask about the status of the position and restate your
interest. It is best not to accept a job offer on the spot,
but to request a reasonable amount of time to consider the
position. If you have received several job offers, acknowledge
each offer promptly with a note thanking the employer and
restating the terms of employment. Request a time frame
in which to make your decisions. Once you have accepted
a position, contact all other organizations and thank them
for their interest in you.
the interview as learning experience. Even the most qualified
candidates experience rejection. You may want to consider
asking the interviewer for some constructive feedback
on your interviewing skills.