Wise Words: follow-up
The next time you have an interview, send out a thank-you email afterwards. I really appreciate it when someone says thank you, don't you?
Writing a follow-up letter is good for the following reasons:
- It's polite and shows good manners.
- Not many of your rivals will remember to send one — giving you an advantage.
remind the interviewer about yourself. There may have been many
interviews — make sure you stand out even after the interviews are
- An email — or even a letter — is less intrusive than a phone call. A letter shows you respect that the interviewer may be too busy to take your call — and a letter also gives the interviewer time to think of an appropriate response. If you phone, you could put the interviewer in a difficult situation.
Most of all, a follow-up letter that lands on an interviewer's desk just at the right moment could bring you luck. And sometimes, getting a job offer is all about luck!
We wish you luck at your next interview! Remember these words: follow up with a thank you.
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