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In today's highly competitive world, it is highly recommended you write and send a well-written thank you letter after each interviewer. This should be done soon after your interview. Keep it short and to the point. Why are you perfect for the job? How can you benefit the company? Why you feel this job will help you grow. A good letter might help you to beat out job candidates who are more or equally qualified, but who fail to send the thank you letter! Writing a thank you letter is also your second chance to include something you forgot during an interview.

 

Greg Grouch
201 Flower Lane
Anytown, MN 33333

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April 20th, 2010


Mr. Mike Matters,
Dark Lake County Forensic Department
6667 End Circle
Any Town, MN 55555

Dear Mr. Matters:

I would like to thank you for the time you took last Tuesday, to talk with me about the field of forensic pathology. Although I have read all the materials available about careers in this area, your firsthand knowledge was invaluable to my understanding of forensic pathology and the field's potential for someone with my interests and education.

I particularly enjoyed our discussion of your research in the areas of criminology, chemical abuse and sexual abuse and your description of the independence and responsibility needed by any forensics researcher.

The supervision you stated that is given to an apprentice researcher with a B.S. degree appeals to me greatly. I am truly excited and look forward to your decision soon.

Again, thank you for your enthusiastic time, your friendliness and for the wealth of information you provided.

Sincerely,

 

Sam Snudd

 

 

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