Thank You for the Interview Letter
Be polite and get noticed
This is a very important letter and it should be written two days after the date of the interview. If all candidates interviewed have the same qualities, the thank you letter will distinguish you from the others.
Do not write a long letter, just say thanks for the time and reaffirm your interest in the position. Address positive situations that you think are important that will help the interviewer decide on you. In this letter you can also correct any misunderstanding that had not been adequately addressed in the interview. As a final comment, if you are really interested in the position and wish to be considered for it, just say you want the job and expect to hear about it in the near future. This is a very important point.
Responding to a Rejection Letter
If you are rejected by a company, that does not mean you shouldnt respond, especially if you already had one or two interviews with the company before being rejected. The two items on the agenda that are of critical importance are the feedback and being kept in mind for future opportunities. This is important because the interviewer can change their mind and re-interview you for either the same or some other position.
Letter of Acceptance of a Job
Often when a statement of work is done, the company will send a letter of offer of work, which includes benefits, vacation time, bonuses awarded, etc. For this reason, if someone offers you a job with a simple handshake, thank them and mention that you will be waiting for an offer in writing as soon as possible. If the person simply replied that his word is enough to get everything that was discussed, then thank him and tell him you appreciate the offer, but you will require a couple of days to think about it before accepting. This is not asking too much. When you get home, write a letter similar to the one described below and send it acknowledging receipt by the hiring manager, to make sure the person receives it. All letters submitted will be used by you at some point during the job search. These letters are tedious to write sometimes, especially when you have many things in mind, but strive to do so, and the results will prove worthwhile.
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