Top 7 Tips for Writing Your Post-Interview Letter

by | Mar 5, 2010 | Career Help

You feel relieved, and even quite confident. Your job interview went well. As you replay it mentally, you cannot think of much you would change. Your extensive preparation enabled you to answer the interviewer’s questions with poise and credibility, but don’t forget your Post-Interview-Preparation.

What you do next could separate you from the rest of the applicants, if you do it well. I’m referring to writing your post-interview letter. Here are the top 7 tips to keep in mind.writing-a-letter

  1. SEND A HARD-COPY LETTER, NOT AN E-MAIL
  2. BE PROMPT
  3. KEEP YOUR LANGUAGE SIMPLE, NOT STILTED
  4. GIVE THE READER VISUAL BREAKS
  5. PERSONALIZE AND PERSONALIZE SOME MORE
  6. KEEP YOUR PROMISES REASONABLE
  7. INCLUDE A HAND WRITTEN P.S.

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