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What Not to Do After an Interview

Gladys Stone & Fred Whelan | Monster Contributing Writers

February 26, 2010

What Should You Do? Send an Interview Follow-up Letter





The best advice for how to say thank you after an interview is to follow up with a short thank-you note thanking the interviewer for his time and reiterating your interest in and qualifications for the job. The more succinct you can be the better. An articulate interview follow-up letter or email can only strengthen your candidacy.

This article first appeared on Monster.com.



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