Best practices for creating thank-you notes after an interview

08/26/2013 | Forbes

Job seekers should send a thank-you note after an interview to impress employers, writes Lisa Quast, career coach, business consultant and former Fortune 500 executive. She notes that an Accountemps survey revealed 87% of hiring managers say a follow-up by e-mail is best. Candidates should use the note to mention something specific discussed in the interview, reinforce interest in the position and be appreciative of the interviewer's time.

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