After years of being hiring managers, many are now seeking employment. Advice is voluminous from great sites like The Muse, Ladders and Grapevine, to name a few. I recommend checking them out, especially for advice on a particular topic. No doubt you will find it.
This article caught my attention and talks about the importance of the follow-up email. Good advice in here for do's and don'ts.
Sure, you are feeling frustrated. Hopeless. Exhausted. And a solid combo of all of the above. No matter how much anxiety you’re battling, a follow-up email is not the place to let it all out. This can make you appear entitled, immature or worse. “Keep in mind though that it doesn’t matter how many times you’ve reached out, or how ideal a candidate you are for a job—nobody ‘owes’ you a response—as disrespectful as that may feel,” Pearson says. “Make sure the tone of your emails or messages are always humble, positive and respectful.”