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Writing a Thank You After a Job Interview



Writing a Thank You After a Job Interview
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     challenging words:    restate, through, longest, simple, doing, hire, possible, spelled, expect, okay, quickly, remind, case, better, resume, polite


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Writing a Thank You After a Job Interview
By Cathy Pearl
  

1     You've made it through one of the toughest parts of getting the job: an interview. You were polite and well dressed. You are proud of yourself for the great job that you did. There is one last thing you need to do. It can even help you get the job. You should write a thank you letter after the interview.
 
2     You should always write a thank you after the interview. You should write the letter as soon as possible after the interview. The longest that you should wait is a week. It is better if you send the thank you out the next day. Most people say that mail, fax, or e-mail is an okay way to send the letter. The point is to get it there as quickly as possible. This is one case where the early bird might get the worm.
 
3     A thank you helps remind the interviewer what your strengths are. This is another opportunity to sell yourself to the company. Remind them why they should hire you. This is the perfect chance to talk about something that wasn't asked. You can also restate why you want the job and why you would be perfect for it. This is your last chance to impress the company.

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