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Dear Experts, I had an interview one day and the other candidates were all interviewed within 2 days, so I found out I didn't get the job right before I was going to write the thank you note. Are there any particular details that should be included in a thank you note/follow up even after you've been rejected? Here is how our T.A.P. experts answered this question: Q#201 Advice: Great idea to send a note - just thank them for opportunity and ask them to keep you in mind for future. (@louise_fletcher) Q#201 Just be gracious and thank them for the opportunity. You never know who you might come across again in the future. (@gradversity) Q#201 Exp cont'd interest in company & desire 2 interview 4 other similar positions as they arise. Ref. appropriate skills. (@DebraWheatman) Q#201 Be even more courteous than normal. Who knows, maybe the other person will back out or something! (@beneubanks) Q#201 Thx 4 oppty 2 intrvw & lrn abt co, sorry 2 lrn job filled, hope u keep me in mind, I'd luv 2 add value. (@juliaerickson) Q#201 Thank them for their time, express continued interest. Then, if you really want a job there, build a relationship w/in. (@tmonhollon) Q#201 Highlight skills they need, reiterate interest & ask for future consideration. (PS Thank you=next day) (@dawnbugni) Q#201 Send thank u note even if u didn't get job. Follow up 2 ask 4 referral. Mgr may no someone hiring. (@kgrantcareers) Q#201 Also, include quick note about your relevant skill set to co-one last chance to present your value. (@teenarose) Q#201 Thank u note is sweet even though you didn't land job. Thank interviewer for time; ask rez be kept on file. (@teenarose) Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

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