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4 Tips for a Post-Interview Thank You Letter by Email

4 Tips for a Post-Interview Thank You Letter by Email

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4 Tips for a Post-Interview Thank You Letter by Email
By: Ken Kuznia

 

The interview is over and you can finally relax. right?  WRONG!  It's time to follow-up in a meaningful and effective way.  The best way to do that? A "Thank You" email...

Send a thank-you email to everyone you interviewed with ASAP, no later than that evening. The email should be concise; allow me to rephrase that, the email MUST be concise. If it looks wordy or is long, they simply won’t read any of it.

The overall theme of the thank you email is that you are aware of their needs and it also reminds them of why you might be a good fit. (Don’t assume they remembered it or even ‘heard you’ in the interview.) The other advantage to this format is that when you go in for your next interview, the person you already interviewed with can simply forward your email to the new interviewer, setting the stage that you understand their needs and it’s clear how you can help them. This will give you a distinct advantage!

Following the interview format in the LAND THE JOB YOU WANT training, there are four parts to a good thank you email...


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