Thank You Letters
After your interview, always remember to send a thank-you letter to each person who interviewed you. Collect the business cards of each person with whom you met so that you can be sure to spell their name correctly and include their title.
Your letter should be short, polite, and highlight some of your qualifications again for the employer. Try to mention something that you spoke about during the interview. This will help the interviewer remember you and it will make the note more personal. Send your letter within one day of your interview and type it on paper that has the same heading as your resume. In this way, you are creating a very polished and professional image of yourself as a potential candidate.
You can think of thank you letter as the cover letter written backwards. It is made up of four paragraphs: