Is it necessary to follow up with a thank you note for an interview with a job recruiter?
I know one should always follow up with a thank you note when being interviewed by a prospective employer. However, what if the interview is in a job staffing agency with a job recruiter, do the same rules apply? Also, if within that agency I was interviewed by several people, do I have to send a thank you note to each? Is it ok to email it instead of sending it by mail? If a thank you note is required in this type of situation, what would be a good example of such a note?
Asked By: ♥ - 6/15/2008
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A thank you note is never a necessity, but is a great way to remind the organization who you are and reaffirm that you are interested in the job. I would send the thank you note by mail, but e-mail is also acceptable. I would address it to your main contact, but mention to pass your thanks along to the other people... More
Answered By: kimby0042 - 6/15/2008
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I would send an email. A simple thank you for your time I look forward to working with you agency. I would make reference to the specific type of work you are interested in.
Answered By: Luv2Cook - 6/15/2008
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