How do you ask if you are still being considered for a position?

How do you ask if you are still being considered for a position?

Start off the email by reminding the interviewer who you are: This is Jane Doe. I interviewed for your Graphic Designer position last week. Mention that you are still interested in the job, then ask if they have made any decisions in the hiring process.

Is it okay to call and ask about job openings?

Of course you can call the company. You can even call the hiring manager who might have a need for someone with your sort of experience, if you can manage to learn his or her name. Making a call to ask whether there is a job opening can never hurt you if you are polite and to the point with your request.

How do you ask for a job through a call?

Introduce yourself and state why you are calling. Explain that you are responding to an advertisement in the newspaper or on a website and provide the job title. Ask if you can schedule an interview. Employers often use these calls to screen applicants, so be prepared for questions.

What do employers want to hear when they ask you about yourself?

Here’s a little secret: When an interviewer says, “Tell me about yourself,” he or she really wants to know how your experience is pertinent to the job you’re interviewing for. I’ve worked in a variety of jobs, usually customer service-related. I’m looking for a company that offers growth opportunities.”