Thank-You: Handwritten vs. Email

Email vs. Mail Thank-You Notes

© Wayne Wilkinson

Have you ever received the advice to send a thank-you note to your interviewer within 24 hours of your interview?  It’s what many career coaches have been encouraging people to do for as long as the resume has existed.  Those that follow this tip are more likely to stand out to an employer, and the theory is this will give them an advantage over their competitors, leading to a greater possibility of getting the job.  With the rampant ability to apply online, the debate is: “Should I send my thank-you note as a hand written card in the mail/in person, or by email?”  I just read the best response to this question.  Please read it here: Handwritten vs. Email Thank-You Notes.

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