It’s proper business etiquette to send a hiring manager a “Thank You” Letter after an interview. It’s polite. It’s the courteous thing to do. You want to thank them for their time and for the info they provided while simultaneously reaffirming your interest in the position. A good Thank You Letter should be short and sweet. It should recap your skills, qualifications, and past achievements without sounding redundant.
Therein lies the art…
If possible, it’s always nice to add value by including a little blurb from the actual interview, like “I was impressed with what you had to say about the corporate environment”, etc. But falling short of that it’s definitely preferable to have a “template” Thank You Letter you can send to any hiring manager after you’ve spoken with them. After all, follow-up is very important to a lot of hiring authorities.
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