23 News jobs expert LoRayne Logan says call the person who interviewed you and thank them. If you cant get a hold of the person, leave a message with their assistant. You can use the call as another opportunity to sell yourself. Then, follow up with a thank you note, but be specific… let the company know why you want to work for them. Logan says send the note as soon as possible after the interview, it shows you’re very enthusiastic about the position.
Logan says most companies don’t send rejection letters, so ask your interviewer what their timeframe is for making a decision.
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