At the end of an interview do I need to bid farewell from every interviewer in the group or just say “thank you” in general and leave?
At the end of an interview do I need to bid farewell from every interviewer in the group or just say "thank you" in general and leave?
In my experience - if you are going to say ‘farewell’ to every interviewer in the room it is always a little awkward and protracted.
Not that it means you can’t do it - but the goodbye is the final thing you will say to them - so will stick in memory.
If you’re going to do it:
- Be confident
- Look confident
- Don’t stutter
- Be quick
If you don’t you look:
So my advice:
A ‘thank you for your time’ in general with a smile and sweep across all of them - perfect!
transcribed from exiting an interview