What should I do? Is it ok to email companies that considered me a job rejection letter?

I applied with other companies while I was waiting for a response from a certain company and, luckily, they considered me right away for a certain position. Later, I received a response from the company I was waiting for, and accepted the position I applied with them. What should I do with the other companies? Is it ok to email a job rejection letter to the companies that have already considered me for a certain position? If not a job rejection letter, what kind of letter should I send them? Thanks. =)

Asked By: CoffeePrincess - 4/12/2009
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Its business. you don't need to feel nervous about being professional and direct to the other companies. Simply say that you decided to go with another company and thank them for considering you. trust me, your not the only applicant they interviewed and they won't be heart broken or take it the wrong way if you... More
Answered By: Karen - 4/12/2009
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Couldn't hurt.
Answered By: rukidding - 4/12/2009
just makeup some excuse like you have to leave this town to another place
Answered By: loquacious - 4/12/2009
You do not need to send them anything, if they do contact you then you just tell them you found another job in the meantime and thank them for their consideration, otherwise you do not send anything, and it is companies, not individuals, who send rejection letters.
Answered By: Spindrift - 4/12/2009
Search job in other area .
Answered By: Golani77 - 4/16/2009
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