Closing the interview and the follow up

Don’t be afraid to express your enthusiasm for the role; make sure the interviewer knows that you want the job more than any other applicant. Another way to do this is to ask questions, demonstrating your interest in and knowledge of the company.
If it’s appropriate you may discuss salary with the interviewer. You may be asked directly about remuneration or you might be contacted at a later date, either by the company or by Michael Page. If you do discuss money in the interview, make sure you don’t price yourself out of the market.
Your close doesn’t need to be aggressive. Yes, it should demonstrate your Sales ability and will also give you an opportunity to address any potential concerns. If they do express any reservations, take these as a further opportunity to sell yourself, perhaps outline a few key traits or experiences you feel make you a cut above the other applicants
When the interview ends, smile, shake hands and thank the interviewer for their time.