Expressing Gratitude After Interview

Make the Extra Effort

Not saying anything at all out of nervousness can happen, but it is not a good way to leave. And not giving a firm handshake while looking the interviewer in the eye is considered a sign of disrespect and can quickly put an end to all of your hard work leading up to this moment. As soon as possible after the interview has ended, make sure to start writing a follow-up thank you letter.

While email is a convenient way to communicate these days, it is still not considered the most professional way of doing so with potential employers. A good old-fashioned hand-written note will show the interviewer that you care enough about the job to take the time to actually write them a note about it.

Being prompt in your delivery is also important; the recommended timeline for sending the letter is two to three … Read the rest