Interview Follow Up Email Sample

Interview Follow Up Email Sample

interview follow up email sampleEvery interviewer appreciates what’s known as an “interview follow up email”, as we’ve talked about before. Here we’re going to show you an interview follow up email sample so you can read and learn from a professionally written one.

What is an “interview follow up email sample” you ask? Put simply, it is a premade example of how the finished letter should look like in terms of structure and content.

Now, naturally you’ll want to include all necessary data and possibly even more than what was in your résumé (or curriculum vitae if you like to be fancy about it) and include a nice and professional letter of gratitude so here it is:

Interview Follow Up Email Sample

Personal data

Your Name

Your Address

Your City, State, Zip Code

Your Phone Number

Your E-mail

Data of the person and company hiring you





City, State, Zip Code

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name:

I’m writing to you in advance as a follow-up thanking you for the time taken for our interview regarding the position of X at Company Y.

After speaking with you, I believe that I would be the perfect candidate for said position, presenting the flexibility and learning capabilities needed.

With that, I’d of course bring any technical skills required for a more efficient and less time consuming way of accomplishing necessary tasks.

I’d be very interested in hearing back from you once a decision has been made regarding the position.

If you would like to contact me regarding any possible questions, all means are available within my résumé and within this e-mail.

Thank you again for your time and consideration.


Your typed name

Your signature underneath

We do realize it may sound a bit generic and uninspired but you’re naturally welcome and advised to put your personal twist on it for an extra flair.
It’s always good to make your individuality known.
Now that you’ve seen the sample it’s time for you to go to the next step, the interview follow up email template.

If you’d like to ask us any questions or voice your opinion, please feel free to leave a comment down below.
Good luck!