Is it okay to send a thank you letter after an interview through e-mail?

I'm having multiple interviews for permanent job placement pretty soon and won't have a lot of time to mail them out. I was wondering if this was okay or if I should push through and mail them all?

Asked By: Max S - 9/13/2011
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Yes and know. You don't want one that sounds too personally directed at them. Some people use template thank you emails for professional situations but that's not personal enough. It's best to use a template thank you email that has been modified for them, that way you can seem friendly and professional without seeming... More
Answered By: cold pizza - 9/13/2011
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Yeah, it's okay. Not sur if it will really make a difference but it's surely not a bad idea.
Answered By: Lilly Rosa - 9/13/2011
I did not know that people still sent out letters of thank you after an Interview...Everybody that I know, send it through an email....You have got to get with the times girl!:)
Answered By: Gentlelamb - 9/13/2011
If you really want too I guess?...
Answered By: silveradoSTERLING - 9/13/2011
You should always send a handwritten note on business notecards. If you talk to interviewers, it does impress them, because they say very few people take the time to handwrite and mail a note of thanks. If you are willing to go the extra length to do that, then they think you will do the same at your job... More
Answered By: House825 - 9/13/2011
I have received both email and handwritten thank you notes from job candidates after an interview. And, although I appreciate the well-written email note, a handwritten note is much more memorable -- because it's not as common as it used to be, I guess. I do notice whether the thank you note is poorly written and... More
Answered By: Farm Girl - 9/14/2011
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