Following Up Your Financial Analysis Job Interview

by Richard C. Wilson on October 15, 2011

Preparing for your financial analysis job interview can take time and preparation.  Once you are through the interview you may feel like your work is done.  However, if you are truly hoping to get that job offer you may want to put forth the additional effort to help keep your name and interview in the forefront of the minds of those that are making the hiring decisions.

One of the best ways to keep your interview and skills in front of the interviewers is to follow up your financial analysis interview with a letter or email.  A follow up thank you email or letter is an excellent way to show your interest and determination to get the job you are interviewing for.

Following up your email or letter with a phone call is also a great way to show that you are truly interested in the job.  It is best to use the follow up email or letter to show that you have considered the interview and given thought the questions that were posed.  Possibly answering an interview question in depth or providing additional information can be a good way to show your sincerity in wanting the job.

Be sure to convey that you are interested in the job but do not come off as desperate.  You will want to show that you are truly interested in the financial analysis job and have the qualities that the interviewer is looking for.  Following up your interview with a good quality letter or email could mean the difference between getting the job offer or not.

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