Letter After Job Interview


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By: Jimmy Sweeney

Author of the brand new "Job Interview Secret"





Do You Send a Letter After a Job Interview?

The letter after job interview offers job seekers two choices. The first choice is to write a typical, normal after job interview letter. This letter fulfils all the requirements of a thank you note after a job interview, but fails to elevate the writer in any way above the other candidates who write similar letters. The other choice, however, is to write a thank you for the interview letter which sets you apart from the other job seekers, that shows some of the best attributes of your character, that establishes a connection with the interviewer and that makes him or her look forward to your next communication. Put this way, it doesn’t seem like much of a choice.

The best part is that the amazing, persuasive letter after a job interview does not require significantly more work or effort to create. As a matter of fact, most of the letter is more or less identical to the normal, typical, boring letter. If you have an example of a typical letter after job interview already written, adapting it to the other type only requires that you add a couple of elements. If you haven’t got a thank you letter for job interview already written, doing so is a piece of cake. Most thank you letters begin by saying thanks for the interview, tell the interviewer that you are still interested in the position and invite further conversation. Typically, they do not need to be more than a handful of sentences long.

Send an Amazing Letter After The Job Interview

The letter after a job interview begins with these same elements, but then adds a few more. The most important element is the element of the informational gift. The informational gift is the piece of information or knowledge that the interviewer is likely to value. You make a guess what this would be based on your interview, and the interest or excitement that he or she displayed about various issues or subjects. For example, an informational gift might be a link to a published article, a website address for a topic the interviewer would appreciate or a contact name and number of some sort.

The amazing letter after a job interview prefaces giving this information with an explanation of why you are including it. In case the interviewer forgot why you have sent a link to a great French restaurant in Des Moines, you remind them. “During our conversation you mentioned that you would be spending some time at the company headquarters in Iowa. A friend of mine who lives there has been raving about this restaurant for years. I’m not visiting anytime soon, but I hope that you get the chance to try it.” This kind of personalized and selfless effort makes the interviewer very impressed by how well you listen to people, anticipate their needs and execute those anticipations. This elevates you from the rest of the thank you letter writers and makes him or her that much more eager to read any more communications you might send his or her way.





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