Do You Ever Recommend Just Emailing An Interviewer And Asking What The Problem Was?
By: Interview Success Formula
Do you ever recommend just emailing an interviewer and asking what the problem was?
If you’ve been getting lots of job interviews but you have not been getting job offers you should definitely collect feedback on your performance to find out what you are doing wrong. You are welcome to call the interviewer up and ask them for feedback on your performance. They may or may not give you an answer, but if you put them on the phone they are at least not afraid of having something in written form like an email that the legal department may not be comfortable with. So having them on the phone will be more candid than an email response and also, because it’s a call that would be something they are not ready for and they will be less careful with their words and they will be more willing to give an honest answer.
In addition to reaching out to your interviewer, you can also reach out to an interview coach, an employment agency, a local nonprofit that helps people with job placement, and you can also hire a professional coach to give you feedback on your interview performance.
But ultimately, if you are interviewing multiple times and not getting job offers, it’s really important to figure out what’s stopping you and fix that problem as quickly as possible.