Aug 12, 2018 - 09:01 PM
First, thank the hiring manager for his or her time during the interview and for following up with the additional questions. Always be honest, and whenever possible share results of your actions that added value to prior organizations.
After answering the questions, write a short paragraph that emphasizes your excitement about the job opportunity and how you can bring value to the company. You can refer to the interview and add relevant information that the hiring manager can use while considering your application.
Thoroughly proofread the email before sending it to the hiring manager. Be sure that grammar, spelling, and punctuation are all correct. Read the letter aloud to help catch mistakes. Demonstrate your strong attention to detail and ensure the email makes a positive impression on the interviewer by sending it free of errors.