Important vocabulary for interviews
Being late: not being on time for a scheduled meeting or event
Follow up: to investigate closely in order to have a status or more information as a response to something
If applicable: it expresses that you should consider if something has to do with you, if it is relevant or if it applies.
Mistake: an act or judgment that is not right, something that you are wrong about.
Role: a purpose o position that a person has in a company, a situation, society, or in a relationship. It is related to a duty or obligation that the person has.
Write down: to record something in written form in a piece of paper.
Expressions that you can use to follow up on your job interview
“I want to thank you again for the opportunity to interview for the role. I enjoyed learning more about the company and the position”
“I wanted to follow up and see if there have been any updates on the hiring process for the position”
“I’m just writing to inquire about the status of my application for the role. I’m very interested in the opportunity, and I wanted to see if there is anything else I can provide to support my candidacy”
“I want to reach out and see if you have made any decisions regarding the role. I’m eager to hear back from you”
“I hope this email finds you well. I wanted to follow up on my interview for the role and see if there is any additional information I can provide to support my candidacy”