Wait ! After The Interview
First and foremost, keep a close eye on the exact person for whom you are interviewing.Immediately after the interview, be clear about the selection process and then how long it will take for the candidate to announce. Of course, don’t pretend that you are in a hurry to get this job when you ask for it (if at all). Send thank-you mail after the interview. This will show your positive outlook. If you have been notified, keep following up.
Avoid calling the relevant interviewer or the officer in that regard during the work hours. Remember that the requirements for the interview and the job talk must be done during work hours.Often ‘References‘ are likely to be asked.Assume that and be prepared in advance. Even if you get rejected by the company after all this time, then this time of rejection does not mean that the company has rejected you permanently. In the future, you may be asked by the same company again. When calling for a followup, talk only about the exact day, time (time slot) and position for which you were interviewed. This will allow the interviewer to remember exactly your interview and make it easier to communicate.
When to call this followup now? So wait for at least two to three days and then call, because the process of choosing the right candidate you see from the outside is not simple, easy. Assume that the place you are interviewing for has been filled up and if not, you are still thinking of her. But be careful that you do not have the flexibility to speak up.