Write and post a sample “thank you” letter to the potential employer you just had an interview with.
Optimal Resume is a good resource to use when developing a “thank you” letter or utilizing letter examples.
Add a comment on how you felt about writing this letter and why it is an important addition to post-interview etiquette? You may put the sample thank you letter on a word document and submit as an attachment to the discussion post box. This sample thank you letter is one you will want to keep for future reference.
For further information, please view the following:
Follow Up With Employer
Art of Saying Thank You
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Thank you letters are an essential part of professional etiquette, especially after a job interview. It is important to show gratitude towards the potential employer for their time and consideration, and to reiterate your interest in the position. As a medical professor, I believe that developing strong communication skills is vital for success in any job, including in the medical field. Therefore, I encourage my students to practice writing thank you letters as a part of their professional development.
Dear [Hiring Manager’s Name],
I would like to thank you for taking the time to meet with me to discuss the opportunity for the position of [Job Title] within your organization. I appreciate the opportunity to learn more about the position and the company, and I am very excited about the possibility of joining your team.
I was impressed with the passion and enthusiasm displayed by [Company/Team] and the commitment to [Company Mission/Values]. After speaking with you, I am more confident than ever that my skill set and experience would be a great match for this position.
Please feel free to reach out to me if there are any further questions or documentation needed. Once again, thank you for your time and consideration.
As a medical professor, I firmly believe in the importance of expressing gratitude in professional settings. Writing a thank you letter after a job interview is a great way to show appreciation towards the interviewer, and to reiterate your interest in the position. It is also an opportunity to highlight any relevant skills or experience that weren’t fully discussed during the interview. I feel that practicing this skill will benefit my students in the long term, as it is crucial to develop strong communication skills for professional success.
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