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Interview follow up thank you letter or email?

Interview follow up thank you letter or email? Topic: Letter writing address position
July 20, 2019 / By Farley
Question: Hello, I had an interview today with three different people for an intern position in a big company. I am typing now a thank you letter to send them individually. However, they were all telling me today that they just moved their offices a couple of days ago so their office numbers do not match the ones listed in their business cards. Should I call tomorrow morning and ask for the new office number (but with a risk that my letters will get lost) or directly email them? I believe a letter would be better but again, I want to make sure they will receive it. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot.
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Coralie Coralie | 3 days ago
Snail mail Card. Shows you took the time. And you care and you will care like that if they should hire you. If offices have different numbers, use what you have and legibly write names on the envelopes. In other words do not give me the job of addressing the envelopes - no one can read my writing (not even me).
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Coralie Originally Answered: What to write as a quick follow up email after job interview?
I would suggest the phone instead. For most decision makers in most companies, it's their preferred communication channel. Just say that you are calling to follow up on last week's interview (be sure and mention the title of the job) and you are curious what the status of their decision is. Plan to check in weekly and stay optimistic. If you get voice mail and they don't call you back, it's a safe bet you are still in the running and they simply haven't finalized their decision yet. Good luck!
Coralie Originally Answered: What to write as a quick follow up email after job interview?
yes its ok ,but do not send two mails with same description . only send one mail with two addresses .

Bess Bess
i think of in case you wrote a thank you letter rather of card in a employer type format it would help a lot. I see your intentions with the cardboard yet they could think of it is in simple terms too comfortable. in trouble-free terms a rapid typed letter may be perfect. good success and that i desire you get the activity!
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Afrika Afrika
You should call the company and ask for their address and mail them each a thank you card. It is professional and memorable.
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Afrika Originally Answered: Interview follow up letter?
Life doesn't work that way, especially in this economy. Most employers don't have the time to notify people if they didn't get the job. The fact that they did not respond to your first e-mail should be your hint that they are not interested in you at this point.

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