Follow Up Letter After Job Interview Rejection Sample

Most of us start our journey of study only to get a good job and shine in life. A better life is depending on a better job. And your job is depending on how you deal with the interview manager. You have to be very polite, sincere, decent and confident during the interview. Interview manager always tries to get you nervous and confused. But you have to be very strong. But, sometimes fate treachery to us. We don’t get our most desired job. In that case, if you send a follow-up letter to the interviewer, it can get a good impression on you. He/ She will get a good idea of your polite and fidelity behavior. Here on this page, a sample follow up letter after job interview rejection is provided. Hope that it will help you.

Follow up letter after job interview rejection

Date: November 20, 2016

(Interview Manger’s Name)
(His/ Her Position)
(Company’s Name)

Dear Sir/ Madam,
Please accept my heartiest thank you for giving me your precious time. I was very pleased to meet you last day. I have really enjoyed the session with you and learning more about this company. I was very nervous in the interview but you understand my situation and try to make me relax. Thanks a lot for that.

I saw the result on last night. I was rejected. I feel very disappointed when I came to know that my experience and skills weren’t so much good that you are looking for this position. But, I still very interested in your company. I will look forward to your further job advertisement for another position and for that position you feel would be a better firm for my skills. I wanted to take the opportunity to reach out and ask for any constructive criticism regarding my interview skills.

If you have any question or need any information about me, please feel free to contact me. here I add my full address and information.

(Your Name)


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