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Posted February 14, 2011 | Leave a comment
It's good manners to say thank you!
In this competitive job market, you need to leverage every opportunity to stand out. One great way to accomplish this is to send a thank you note after an interview.
Provided you have neat handwriting and good spelling, it is a great idea to send a handwritten thank you note card. If your writing looks like chicken scratch, better off typing your sentiments.
In our geographic area, it typically takes only a day or two for your letter to be received by the person(s) who interviewed you. A lot goes by in two business days and it may be hard for a hiring manager to keep all the applicants straight let alone make a hiring decision. If your letter pops up on his or her desk a few days after your interview, I guarantee you will make a strong positive impression!
A few rules of thumb:
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