Should job seekers send handwritten thank-you notes?

03/24/2013 | Cincinnati.com

After an interview, it's best to send a handwritten thank you note instead of an e-mail to help you stand out from other applicants, Jill Haney, owner of JH Image Consulting, writes in this blog post. "With so little coming into the office via mail v. email, it's a pleasure for many business people to actually open an envelope and read a hand written note. It connects in much different way than a typed email," Haney writes.

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