When Is It Too Late To Send a Job-Interview Thank You Note?
Catherine Conlan's recent Monster.com explores the appropriate amount of time for follow-up after a job interview. Angelina Darrisaw weighed in and suggested both hand written and email thank you's:
How you choose to send the note will also affect the timing. Most experts say an email thank you will suffice, but that a handwritten note will make you stand out. At the same time, snail mail takes longer to get to your interviewer, says New York-based career coach Angelina Darrisaw. If you’ve waited a few days, email may be a better choice to ensure you’re not forgotten.
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