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Thank You Note Post-Interview

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One way to stand out from other job seekers is to write a customized Thank-You note after each interview you've had. …

One way to stand out from other job seekers is to write a customized Thank-You note after each interview you've had.

Here are some quick tips, and a sample Thank-You note, to get you started.

Mark Swartz - CareerActivist.com
Monster.ca's National Career Coach

Published in: Career, Business

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  • 1. Employee & Job-Seeker Tip
    THE POST-
    INTERVIEW
    “THANK
    YOU”
    NOTE
    Mark Swartz,
    Career Coach
  • 2. 1
    .
    PURPOSE OF
    A POST-INTERVIEW
    THANK YOU NOTE
  • 3. 1. PURPOSE OF A POST-INTERVIEW
    THANK YOU NOTE
    • To remind the interviewer(s) how much you really want the job
    • To address any issues or gaps that may have arisen during the interview
    • To demonstrate that you’re willing to go the extra mile, since many job hunters don’t bother to send such a note (or send amateurish ones if they do)
  • 4. 2
    .
    A SAMPLE
    POST-INTERVIEW
    THANK YOU NOTE
  • 5. 2. A SAMPLE POST-INTERVIEW THANK YOU NOTE
  • 6. 3
    .
    SOME ADDITIONAL
    THANK YOU NOTE
    TIPS
  • 7. 3. SOME ADDITIONAL THANK YOU NOTE TIPS
    • For a special touch, consider sending an actual Thank You card by mail
    • 8. Otherwise e-mailing your note is fine
    • 9. At every interview you attend, make sure to ask for a business card of each person you meet, and use their e-mail address as the destination for your Thank You
  • more on this topic:
    The Post-Interview Thank You Note
    more career advice:
    http://career-advice.monster.ca
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