It's important to follow up after a job interview with a thank you letter or thank you note reminding the interviewer about your key qualifications for the job and reiterating your interest in the position.
Hiring managers think more highly of candidates who follow up and sending a follow up letter, note, or email message is the best way to leave your interviewer with a good impression.
Take the time to follow up with everyone you met during your job interview (collecting business cards is a good way to get contact information) and review these tips on how to follow up after an interview.
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