Dropping a thank you letter to the job interviewer can help increase your chances of getting hired. Wondering how to write them? Go through these samples of thank you notes after interview for help!

Thank You Letter to Job Interviewer

It is always virtuous that you express your appreciation and gratitude to someone who does something good for you, which is a general practice, of course. What’s the difference when someone interviews you? Or do you believe that it would be inappropriate to drop a thank you note for a professional cause? Don’t give way to such misconceptions! A thank you note is something that can be used for follow-up after an interview session. It gives you an opportunity to build a personal rapport with the interviewer which, can be very helpful in future. In addition to that, it gives you a chance to stress on your competency and work ethics. Although it is a gesture of gratitude and is also somewhat informal, you cannot deal with it in a completely casual manner – a thank you note too, like all others, has a generally accepted format. You must begin the mail with a note of thanks while dedicating the second paragraph to convey your interest in the post by colligating your skills and experience to the job profile. Make it simple and give a personal touch. The examples given below can help you in this endeavor!
Thank You Note After Interview
Sample Mail – 1
Lee Robinson,
5254 N 56th Street,
Peoria, AZ -7532
Thomas William,
XXX Group,
NY 1127
Dear Mr.William,

I would like to thank you for the wonderful interview session. After interacting with your team and learning more about your organization, my interest in taking up this opportunity has increased. I realize that my skills and experience are ideal for this position.

I appreciate your effort in arranging this meeting and considering me for this post. Thank you once again for an interactive session and valuable inputs which I will take with me for a long time.

Lee Robinson.
Sample Mail – 2
Elizabeth Maria Susan
7983 N, 35th Ave,
Phoenix, AZ 85051,
Steven George
New York -1100
Dear Mr. George,

Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to discuss my candidature for the ‘Finance Analyst’ position in your organization. The meeting was quite worthwhile. It is good to hear about the new project and I wish you all the very best for that.

I would also like to let you know that I am much impressed by the facilities offered by your company which would definitely provide your employees with warmth and care. After hearing about the job profile from you, I have learned that it is much similar to my current profile, definitely larger in scope. 
I am enclosing the details of references with this mail as you requested for during the meeting. In case you require any other additional information, you can contact me on the number provided.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Elizabeth Maria Susan.
Sample Mail -3
William Clarke,
9543 W, Union Hills Dr,
Peoria, AZ 85382,
Kevin Ronald,
San Francisco, CA 94113
Dear Mr. Ronald,

Thank you for your effort in arranging the interview session on 13th March 2011 in spite of your busy schedule. The session was highly informative and motivating. I would also like to thank you for introducing me to the team.

I understand that you are fighting for time and hence looking for trustworthy people to render error-free work. I believe that my experience would help the company in this regard and I shall be seen as an asset for the organisation.

Hoping this is not too much to ask for.

Best Wishes,
William Clarke
Sample Mail – 4
Margaret Dorothy
5655 W, Thunderbird Rd,
Glendale, AZ 3468,
Linda Carol
ABC Group.
NY- 1010
Dear Ms. Carol,

Thank you for yesterday’s interview session. It was highly interactive and I appreciate the way you educated me about the organization, job profile and the benefits of being placed with your organization.

Your session helped me a lot in learning about the challenges and the role of a project manager and I do believe that my skills and experience will help me do justice to this position.
Thanking once again for this opportunity.
Margaret Dorothy.
Above mentioned are some samples of thank you letters that you can write to the interviewer. Make sure that you adjust the format according to the nature and profile of the job offered – a personal touch is always highly appreciated.

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