Having a great interview with an employer might seem like enough to seal the deal – but it’s not! You can put yourself ahead of the pack by writing a thank you letter to your interviewer. It’s a very easy gesture that many young job-seekers overlook.
We have a few tips to make the most of this tool:
The thank you note should be your first priority post-interview – it should get to the interviewer within 24 hours. You can cover your bases by writing both a quick email and sending a note by snail mail. We recommend writing the note out in your car immediately after the interview is over and putting it in the mail on your way home.
Whatever you do, don’t write it ahead of time! Sometimes interviewees hand a thank you note to the interviewer before they...Read More