How to Ask for Feedback After an Interview (+ Examples)


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Much like gratitude, respect goes a long way.

Being respectful in your request for feedback shows that you value the hiring manager’s time and expertise. It sets a positive tone for the conversation and increases the likelihood of receiving valuable insights. 

So, avoid any passive-aggressive vibes and opt for a polite and professional approach. For example, start your email with a friendly greeting like, “Dear [Interviewer’s Name]”, and maintain a courteous tone throughout. 

Remember, a little respect can open doors to constructive feedback and who knows, maybe even a future opportunity. You just can’t go wrong!


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