by Chris Kolmar
The post-job-interview follow-up can be a tricky thing to figure out, especially for the socially anxious. Should I call? Should I send a physical letter, orwill an email suffice? How soon should I get back in touch?
In this, ourguideto following up after a job interview, we’ll try our best to answer a few of these questions for you and give you a little insight into the rationale behind these answers.
First, we’ll start with an example of a job interviewthank you letter:
Thank you for taking the time to speak with me on Monday about the textbookwritingposition. I enjoyed our conversation and am looking forward to the possibility of working with you.
I’ve been a textbookwriterat Important Textbook Conglomerate, Inc., for over seven years now, and during that time I’ve contributed work to textbooks…
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