Posted by: Ed Tittel
post-interview thank you notes are important; tips and advice for writing post-interview thank you notes
Yesterday, I posted a potentially life-changing blog on PearsonITCertification.com. It’s entitled “The Post-Interview Thank You: Benefits, Dos, and Don’ts.” Even if you’re not on the job market right now, it’s probably a good idea to give this ditty a quick run-through to set certain essential facts in your mind. And if you are on the job market right now, and getting ready to go for interviews, or have just recently completed some interviews, this is an absolute MUST-READ.
While the idea for this blog is mine, and I wrote an outline for its contents, my good friend and co-author Mary Kyle actually did the writing to pull this piece together. It provides tips on topics, timing, and appropriate post-interview behavior. As with thank you notes for gifts it also makes the telling point that handwritten is the right way to go, as the most sincere expression of interest and motivation. Be sure to read through this blog for some great tips and advice on how to put yourself in the best possible light after the interview is over.