| Closing the Interview
If you are interested in the position, let the interviewer know. If you feel the position is attractive and you want it, be a good salesperson and say something like: "I'm very impressed with what I've seen here today; your company, its products and the people I have met. I am confident I could do an excellent job in the position you've described to me." The interviewer will be impressed with your enthusiasm.
Ask for the next interview, if another interview is required. Don't be discouraged if no immediate commitment is made. The interviewer may need to communicate with others in the company first or interview more candidates before making a decision.
If you get the impression that the interview is not going well and that you have already been rejected, don't let your discouragement show. Once in a while an interviewer who is genuinely interested in you may seem to discourage you as a way of testing your reaction.
Thank the interviewer for his or her time and consideration. If you have answered the two questions---"Why are you interested in this position?" and "What can you offer?"---you have done all you can.
Remember to follow up the interview with a brief "Thank You" letter, stating once again why you'd be an asset to the company and expressing your interest in the position.