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Tips for Your Post-Interview Thank You Letter

There are several things you need to be doing after your interviews for Chico jobs, but writing the thank you letter is what you should do first. Here, we will be expanding on what exactly those letters should entail and how they should be written. Immediately following your interview, get to work on that letter and be sure to do the following:

1. Keep it professional: while thank you letters tend to be more personalized than cover letters, you should still keep them formal and professional. Letters written like this are more likely to impress.

2. Send one to each person you interviewed with: every person you interviewed with should be receiving a letter. If you talked with more than one person, thren customize each thank you, and have them address the topics that came up during your time with each individual.

3. Email it: you want your letter to reach your interviewer in a timely manner, so email is the best option. Emailing thank you letters is an acceptable and common practice. You could even have it in the body of email, as opposed to making it an attached document.

4. Send one even if you don’t get the job: always send a letter after the interview, even if you don’t get an offer. At the very least, it will end your interaction with the company on a positive note.

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