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You should really take some time to write a thank you letter to your interviewer. Make sure that you have written a thank you note after your first and second job interviews in order to look good for your employer.

Nothing Says "Hire Me" Like "Thank You"

Here are some quick tips when writing a thank you letter:

- Proof read: Check your spelling and grammar.

- Keep it short and simple: No need to write a long letter or email so keep it short.

- Do it fast: It's better to send your thank you note as soon as possible, before you have heard the outcome of the interview.

Check out this infographic to see why you should send an interview thank you letter!

infographic source: careerbuilder.


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