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When to Write Thank-you / follow-up letters

Thank you letters are necessary to your job search
success, and interviews are not the only occasions
to send thank-you and follow-up letters. If you've ever
experienced helping or doing something for someone,
and not receiving a thank-you, you understand how
employers view this lack of courtesy on the part of job

A thank-you letter should be written after:

1. An interview;

Following an interview, write the interviewer a letter
expressing appreciation and thanks for the interview.
The purpose of this letter is to:

Show appreciation for the employer's interest in you.
Show your interest in the position and in the
Remind the employer about your qualifications for
the position. If you thought of something you forgot
to mention in the interview, mention it in your
follow-up / thank-you letter.
Demonstrate that you have good manners and know
to write a thank-you letter.
Follow up with any information the employer may have
asked you to provide after the interview.

2. A person has been helpful to you in a telephone
conversation or in an e-mail;

3. Someone has sent information to you at your

4. Any other reason for which you want to express
thanks to somebody.


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