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eLucidate February 3rd, 2014 3:14pm

After an interview, how do you send a "thank you" letter?

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Kazuto originally animefanZ
02/04/14 11:23 pm

Depends on how well we communicated but usually I hand write it.

02/03/14 4:50 pm

Depends how they've been communicating with me, I'll respond the same way.

JennaAwesome Book Lover
02/03/14 2:26 pm

Email might be easier and faster but by hand might be nicer

Wert A picture of my junk
02/03/14 9:39 am

Email is enough, if at all. Don't seem pushy.

violence Pretty hate machine
02/03/14 11:32 am

Yup. Typically, I wouldn't even do that (there may be an exception or two). Thank you letters in response to interviews are not currently in fashion.

eLucidate writing
02/03/14 1:08 pm

Violence, why do you say that? Because the interviewer is too busy for formalities?

violence Pretty hate machine
02/03/14 4:02 pm

People have enough in their inbox and enough paper on their desk to actually deal with--stuff that matters--without every interviewee adding to the pile.

Wert A picture of my junk
02/03/14 8:13 pm

If this were a high level interview, or perhaps a second interview with strong prospects, I'd do the thank you note as an email. It would have to be special circumstances for something handwritten.

stefanie22 Cincinnati
02/03/14 8:55 am

A hand written card makes more of an impression than an email.

eLucidate writing
02/03/14 8:15 am

I'm assuming you do send a thank you note, because you really should.