Thank You Letters
- Employee Thank You Letters
- Thank You Letter Samples (60)
- Thank You Notes (8)
- Email Thank You Letters (10)
- Interview Thank You Letters (21)
- Business Thank You Letters (17)
Thank You Letters
Thank you letters, including information on how to write a thank you letter for a job interview or job search help, what to say, and who you should thank.
Thank You Letter Examples: A - Z
Thank you letter examples for a variety of work, employment, job search, business and career situations. There are also all-purpose thank you note examples appropriate for any occasion.
Thank You Letter Samples
Here are thank you letter samples, and email message examples, for a variety of different types of job interviews and other employment related events and activities.
Thank You Letters by Email
How to write and send email thank you letters and other job search letters.
Types of Thank You Letters
Here's information on when to say thank you, different types of thank you letters and when to use them, along with sample thank you letters, thank you notes, letters of appreciation, and thank you email mesages for a variety of business and employment related circumstances.
Thank You Letter Writing Guidelines
Guidelines for writing employment-related thank you letters, including how to say thank you after a job interview and for career and job search assistance.
Thank You Letter Writing Tips
Tips and suggestions for writing employment-related thank you letters including who to thank, what to include in your thank you letters and how to send them.
Thank You Writing Letter Tips
Tips for writing and sending thank you letters, thank you notes, thank you cards, and thank you email messages.
Thank You Quotes
Thank you quotes to use in a handwritten thank you card, a letter or an email message. There are quotes for many business, personal and professional circumstances where you need to say thank you.
Holiday Thank You Cards
If you're looking for work or have job searched at all this year, take a few minutes to thank the people who helped with your job search. If someone has introduced to a connection who has helped give your career a boost, send a holiday thank you card.
When to Send a Thank You Letter After an Interview
When should you send a thank you letter after an interview? Here's advice on the appropriate timing for sending an interview thank you letter or email.
Thank You Notes
Thank you notes, including how to write a thank you note, thank you note samples, and advice on saying thank you after a job interview.
Phrases to Say Thank You
When you're writing a thank you note, it's important to choose a phrase that fits the reason that you are saying thank you.
Sample Personal Thank You Letter
Sample personal thank you letter to send to individuals who helped with your job search.
How to Write a Thank You Letter
A quick guide to writing a thank you letter after an interview.
Thank You Note Example
Example of a thank you note to send to an interviewer.
Thank You Letter Format
Your thank you letter is an opportunity to reinforce your candidacy for the job as well as to show your appreciation for the interview. Here's how to format a thank you letter, so you make the best impression.
Thank You Letter Template
Thank you letter template to send after a job interview.
Second Interview Thank You Notes
Especially after a second interview, take the time to write a personal message to the people who interviewed you - even if you interviewed with them already and thanked them for the first interview.
Letter of Appreciation
A letter of appreciation is written to express thanks and appreciation to a contact who has provided help or assistance to you.
Thank You Cards
Taking the time to send a thank you card after a job interview or to someone who who has help you job search or written you a recommendation not only shows your appreciation, but helps build your relationship with the person you are thanking.
Take the Time to Say Thank You
Taking the time to say thank you after a job interview not only is good interview etiquette, it reinforces your interest in the position.