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Best compilation of 101 Appreciation Quotes for Good Work. Happy Reading..!!!

  1. A lot of people failed at what you accomplished, simply because they were busy finding problems while you were busy finding solutions. Well done.
  2. Opportunity comes to those who quit Waiting and start Looking. Success comes to those who quit Thinking and start Doing. Congratulations for Looking and Doing.
  3. Your work speaks volumes of the kind of man you are – efficient, organized and result-oriented.
  4. Even the smallest of jobs well done will take you one step closer towards the success that you have always dreamed about. Keep it up.
  5. Your hard work and effort have paid off! A success well deserved, an occasion worth celebrating! Congratulations!
  6. Doing a good job is not always about impressive innovation. Sometimes it is only about doing something with plain dedication. Well done.
  7. “Talent means nothing, while experience, acquired in humility and with hard work, means everything.” – Patrick Suskind
  8. Not a single effort of yours will go in vain. You will be rewarded for your pain. Your hard work will bring you a lot of gain.
  9. “The highest reward for man’s toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it.” – John Ruskin
  10. If Oscars were given for a job well done, I’d nominate you! Congratulations for your fantastic achievement!
  11. A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected.
  12. Alone we can do so much little, together we can do so much. Your dedication and service is appreciated.
  13. The secret to success is to treat any job as an opportunity to explore, rather than something that is a boring chore. Congratulations.
  14. “My grandfather once told me that there were two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was much less competition.” – Indira Gandhi
  15. You are doing a good job here, and I want you to know that your presence and work are acknowledged and they are helping us reach our targets and goals.
  16. With this success comes greater opportunities and challenges. Face it with the same zeal as you always have. Congratulations.
  17. Many see a job well done but few come forward with a word of appreciation.
  18. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.
  19. It’s not the hours you put into your work that count, its work you put in the hours.
  20. Within you is the power to rise above any situation or struggle, and transform into the brightest, strongest version of you ever.
  21. Every job is a self-portrait of the person who did it. Autograph your work with excellence.
  22. Once you have experienced excellence you will never again be content with mediocrity.
  23. Your dedication, enthusiasm and insight are really inspiring. I wish you many years of great achievements.
  24. Just an opportunity to say ‘wow’ and ‘ThankYou’ for all your great work.
  25. It’s an honor for our organization…To have someone like you. With your hard work you have taken us to the top.
  26. We are so fortunate to have an innovator like you on our team.
  27. This is truly above and beyond. Keep it up.
  28. You are so creative—I always love getting your perspective on things.
  29. Your achievements speaks itself about your capabilities. Slow and steady makes it to the top! Good job!
  30. Give the world the best you have, and the best will come to you! I want you to know that I really appreciate your efforts.
  31. Congratulations for a job well done! I was always confident of your abilities to shoulder your responsibilities. You should be very proud of yourself.
  32. We’ve always taken great pleasure to see your enthusiasm for work you do. Hoping that you will remain with us for many years to come!
  33. Today is a perfect day to tell you that no one could do a better job than the job you do!
  34. It’s a pleasure to work with someone who knows how to make a friendly and inspiring work environment. I’m glad that a position opened up for you that is a great next step in your career.
  35. No matter how big a crowd may be, a person like you always stands out! There’s no one who has worked as hard as you have in the last years. Now your efforts effort have paid off. Congrats!
  36. Congratulations for your fabulous victory! You deserve it every bit! Aim for the stars!
  37. In the end you are measured not by how much you undertake but by what you finally accomplish.
  38. You will never find out your real worth until you give life your best shot. Work hard and give it all you’ve got. You will find more success than you had ever thought. Congratulations.
  39. Luck has a funny way of coming into people’s life. It follows hard working people wherever they go and does a no show for all the slackers. Congrats, you deserved to be the lucky one.
  40. Time to rejoice, Time to celebrate, for you have won in the long run with your dedication and hard work. Congrats!
  41. The destiny of hard work is always success. You have done hard work and got succeed. Congratulations on your huge and marvelous success.
  42. May the success that has come your way today lead you to a bigger achievement in the years to come.
  43. You deserve to be congratulated for your hard work, honesty, and utmost dedication. Congrats and best wishes for a promising future.
  44. Facing challenges with strength, determination and confidence is what matters, and you have done it.
  45. You have proven yourself to be a very skilled individual who has the capacity to do great things with their life. Continue to make us proud as you face new challenges and adventures.
  46. May success never leave your hand, and may you get everything you want. Congratulations.
  47. Many others failed because they had lot of excuses, you succeeded because you didn’t have any.
  48. Pursuing excellence is not a one time job. It is a way of life. Good job.
  49. Every time you do a good job, you polish yourself one more time.
  50. If our team were a car, you would be the fuel that accelerates it to its limits.
  51. A lot of people wait for opportunities to come and knock on their door. Only few people like you step out to look for them. No wonder, you are a winner.
  52. You don’t stop when you are tired. You stop only when you are done. Congratulations!
  53. Throw yourself into some work you believe in with all you heart, live for it, die for it, and you will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours.
  54. Hard Work is the best key to unlock doors of Opportunity and Success.
  55. The first step in a long journey of perfection and success starts with a good job.
  56. world’s greatest achievers have been those who have always stayed focused on their goals and have been consistent in their efforts.
  57. The reward for work well done is the opportunity to do more.
  58. We are proud to have an employee like you as part of our team. Heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for your continued success.
  59. Never stop doing your best just because someone doesn’t give you credit.
  60. Thanks for being an employee who is as hungry for challenges and excellence as much as for recognition and promotions.
  61. We are thrilled to have you on our team and this is exactly why we need you.
  62. Two thumbs up! Your achievement is the direct result of your dedicated effort towards reaching your goal.
  63. I appreciate your quick response to help out a new customer!
  64. Thank you for the fantastic job you have been doing for our company lately. Your hard work and dedication has really helped us out during a difficult time in our company. We just wanted to make sure you know how much you are valued and appreciated.
  65. You’re never a loser until you quit trying. You’re doing great..Well done.
  66. Keep calm and keep up the good work.
  67. You have proved that lack of experience in a job doesn’t really matter when there is a strong urge for excellence and perfection. Well done.
  68. You’ve got a winner’s attitude. Of course! You are a winner!
  69. Special thanks to a valued employee! Your dedication is greatly appreciated.
  70. A job that is well done is like a benchmark. It will help you do a better job the next time. Congratulations.
  71. Well done, coworker! I can’t express how much I appreciate your efforts. It’s great to have someone as special as you to work with!
  72. Awesome! Congratulations on a great job. I am so very proud of you.
  73. I always knew you that you have what it takes to be a real winner. Thanks for a great job.
  74. Many thanks for all your hard work, we are so thankful for all that you do!
  75. We are grateful and appreciate your willingness to the extra work. This is a responsible task, but we have no doubt that employee like you will meet the challenge.
  76. Less problems, more solutions – keep working like this and nothing will be able to stop you from reaching the top. Good job.
  77. Thank you for taking the initiative and getting it done.
  78. I consider you a real superhero because you have helped all these people without any personal interest. People like you are hard to find. Thank you so much.
  79. We have become fans of your great work. It is very well appreciated.
  80. Your dedication contributes to our success. You are a ROCKSTAR at work..!!!
  81. You have been a valuable member of our team. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience with us.
  82. You have been an example of the most hardworking person ever. Hope you continue working with so much of dedication and bring about this same honesty for the rest of the years in your work. Well done.
  83. Some people in our office dress well, some talk well, some carry themselves well, but you just get jobs done well. Congratulations.
  84. So far you’ve survived 100% of your worst days. You are doing great.
  85. Good things come to those who work hard. Keep up the good work.
  86. A lot of people in this office are busy Planning, Plotting, Discussing and Strategizing. You are the only one busy Doing. Well done.
  87. Thanks for working with so much dedication and devotion on this project. Keep up the great work. Best of luck.
  88. Don’t be afraid of the new challenges, that you come across your new job. I am sure, you will prove yourself and will surely achieve success. Congratulations.
  89. In the beginning I was a little doubtful about your work, but the way it has turned out in the end is amazing and surprising. You have surprised us all. Keep up the good work.
  90. HAPPINESS IS..working with great people like you.
  91. You have done such a great work with complete dedication. You surely deserve heartfelt appreciations. Keep up the good spirits, all the best for your future success.
  92. Some people keep dreaming about success but very few like you, do everything they can to achieve it. Well done.
  93. I really like what you are doing, Keep up the good work.
  94. You’ve been the man since day one. Such a supportive teammate and encourager. Thank you.
  95. Not everyone is a creative thinker…but you are. I appreciate your critical thinking around this project.
  96. You did an excellent job..Thanks for being Awesome.
  97. A great employee is like a four leaf clover, hard to find & lucky to have.
  98. Thanks for stepping up and getting this done for us.
  99. Thank you for working so hard for us and for our clients! Your dedication is so meaningful!
  100. We can’t spell SUCCESS without U..!!
  101. Love having you on the team. Thanks for all that you do.

Having any special message/quotes to be include in our list? Drop a comment below and please let us know.

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Be sincere: We all have childhood memories of thank you notes written until a yearly performance review to appreciate the great job an employee did A great example of a timely thank you is this one from David Bowie.

50 Best Thank You for Your Hard Work and Dedication Quotes

thank you note for doing a great job

In 8 minutes you’ll know how to write the best thank you email after an interview. And it matters a lot:

 

If you’ve made it to the interview, you’re up against 4 or 5 other candidates. It’s safe to assume their qualifications are similar to yours. You’ll need an extra gear to outperform them.

 

A well-written interview thank you email could be that very gear.

 

Most candidates don’t send them. Or send out thank-you notes that just don’t cut it.

 

Thanks to this guide, you’ll do way better than them.

 

In this article, you’ll find:

 

  • How to write a thank-you email that will dazzle every interviewer.
  • Sample thank-you emails after an interview you can copy, adjust, and use.
  • What you need to know about the job interview thank-you note etiquette: when to write it, to whom to address it, and how to send it.

 

Preparing for more interviews? Get our ultimate free checklist: 42 Things You Need to Do Before, During, and After Every Interview

 

Already sent a thank you email for an interview and there’s still no response? It’s perfectly okay to follow up again. Here’s how: Sample Interview Follow-Up Emails for Various Scenarios

 

Still waiting for that interview call-in? See if it’s the right time to follow up on your resume: How to Follow Up on a Resume and a Cover Letter

 

To begin with, see these two very different interview thank you letter examples. Read on for a breakdown of what makes a perfect post-interview thank-you email and see 4 more samples for different types of positions.

 

Interview Thank-You Email: Right vs. Wrong Examples

 

right

Subject Line: Thank You Amanda!

 

Hello Amanda,

 

Thank you so much for taking the time to meet with me and talk about the position of the Senior Digital Marketing Specialist with ABC Inc. yesterday. It was a pleasure to learn more about your approach to growing organic traffic.

 

Our conversation made me even more excited to join ABC. What interested me in particular was how sharply your efforts are focused on the actual reader experience, not just technical SEO issues.

 

I was thinking about what you said regarding your plans to expand the email subscribers base by offering free bonus content downloads in the upcoming quarter. In my current role as Content Marketing Specialist with XYZ I found that using contextual click-triggers for bonus downloads within blog posts increased the subscription rate by 35% compared to regular pop-ups. I hope that helps!

 

I’m sure my experience can translate into similar success as your new Senior Digital Marketing Specialist.

 

If you need any additional information from me at this point, please feel free to contact me. Looking forward to hearing back from you next Friday, as discussed.

 

Thanks again for your time!

 

Sincerely,

 

Jane Redlock

515-255-0812

[email protected]

wrong

Subject line: Great interview, thank you!

 

Dear Hiring Manager,

 

I enjoyed meeting you in person after all these emails we’ve exchanged. It was a pleasure to be interviewed yesterday.

 

I already said how excited I was to join your team. I’ve achieved so much in my current position (as you’ve seen on my resume) and I know I will be a great asset to your company.

 

Please, let me know as soon as you know anything about the further steps of the recruitment process. I hope to meet you again and become one of your team members soon! So excited!

Best,

Joe Fallange

 

The difference is clear, isn’t it?

 

Now, let’s examine the anatomy of the best thank you email after an interview so that you can write yours in no time!

 

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How to Write a Thank You Email after an Interview

 

Before we jump right into the post-interview thank-you email writing formula—

 

You need to realize how crucial this part of your job search is.

 

  • According to a recent study, 1 in 5 recruiters and hiring managers will automatically dismiss a candidate if they haven’t sent an interview thank you email.
  • What’s more, this survey revealed 80% HR managers consider thank you emails helpful for reaching the final hiring decision.And yet—
  • Another report by Careerbuilder shows that 57% of job seekers don’t send thank you notes after an interview.

 

Sending any thank you email after a job interview puts you ahead of over half of the competition.

 

A great, personalized interview thank you email? That’s what will make you the frontrunner.

 

The bottom line: yes, you always need to send a “thank you for an interview” email.

 

Here’s how to write a perfect thank you email after an interview in 7 easy steps:

 

1. Create a clear subject line

 

No puns, no jokes, go straight to the point. It’s the only way to make sure your thank you email gets opened.

 

Sample subject lines for a thank you email:

 

  • Thank you, [Interviewer’s Name]!
  • Thank you for your time and advice
  • Thanks for the interview yesterday
  • I enjoyed learning more about [Company Name]
  • Thank you!

 

Simple as that!

 

2. Open with a personal greeting

 

  • Address the hiring manager directly, by name.
  • If you’ve interviewed with more than one person, send personalized thank-you notes to each of them.

 

3. Express your appreciation

 

  • Since it’s a “thank you email” open with a “thank you!”
  • Be sincere and authentic when expressing gratitude or appreciation.
  • Show that you care about the time the interviewers spent with you describing the details of your position.

 

(To see what I mean, check out the wrong example above again. See how many personal pronouns the candidate used. It doesn’t read like a sincere “thank you,” more like “I know I’m awesome.”)

4. Restate that you’re interested in the job

 

  • During the interview, your future employer wants to make sure you’re the right fit for the company. But…
  • They also want to know you’re genuinely eager to join. Make sure to mention that in your thank you email.
  • If the interview made you realize the job is not right for you, clearly state that in your thank-you email. The hiring manager will appreciate your honesty, plus, you’ll help them save time.

 

5. Refer to something specific you discussed during an interview and make an offer

 

  • Identify what’s particularly interesting to you about the position and explain why. This way, you’ll make your email after an interview feel personalized.
  • Refer to your skills and experience and show how you’re going to use them to help your future employer get what they want.

 

6. Say you can provide additional information and remind them about the established response deadline

 

How to end a thank you email after an interview?

 

The golden rule is, be brief and polite. A succinct paragraph such as the one below will do:

 

Should you need any additional information from me that could assist with the decision-making process, feel free to contact me. I look forward to our call next week as discussed.

 

7. Close with a professional sign-off

 

  • Thank them again.
  • Sign off with a “sincerely” synonym followed by your full name.
  • Below, put your basic contact details: telephone number and email address.
  • Optionally, add extra links (e.g. your LinkedIn, Twitter, or a personal website).

 

By the way… You probably have some more interviews ahead, right? Make sure you’ll come out on top! Read our complete job interview guide: Frequently Asked Job Interview Questions and Sample Answers

 

Alright. Enough theory. See our customizable examples of thank you notes after an interview, choose one that fits your situation best, fill in the gaps with details, and hit “Send!”

 

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Sample Thank You Emails After an Interview

 

All of the below interview thank you note examples vary by length, complexity, and the degree of formality. Give them a read and think about which one is best for you.

 

But remember:

 

These sample thank you for an interview emails are here just for reference. Don’t copy-paste them. The more personalization you add, the better!

 

For starters, a basic, short thank you interview email.

 

Simple and Short Thank You Email After an Interview

Subject Line: Thank You [Interviewer’s Name]!

 

Hello [Interviewer’s Name],

 

Thank you so much for taking the time to meet with me and talk about the position of the [Position Name] yesterday. It was a pleasure to learn more about your business approach.

 

Our conversation made me even more excited to join the [Company Name]. What interested me in particular was [something specific you discussed during the interview].

 

I was thinking about what you said on [the upcoming challenge your interviewers mentioned]. In my current/previous role as [your current position] I found that [a quick explanation of how you tackled a similar problem].

 

I’m sure my experience can translate into similar success as your new [the name of the position you’re applying for].

If you need any additional information from me at this point, please feel free to contact me. Looking forward to hearing back from you on [the specific date established during the interview].

 

Thanks again for your time!

 

Sincerely,

 

[Your sign-off]

 

  • It will be a good thank you email after the first interview.
  • It’s a good post-interview thank you email sample for entry- to mid-level candidates.
  • Notice how the tone is balanced: it’s formal and polite but with a personal, relaxed touch.
  • This one will also work great as a thank you email after a phone interview.

 

A More Formal Job Interview Thank You Note Sample

 

Subject Line: Appreciate your time and advice, Mr./Ms. [Interviewer’s Last Name]

 

Dear Mr./Ms. [Interviewer’s Last Name],

 

I want to take a moment to thank you for taking the time to talk to me about the position of [the position you’re applying for] with [Company Name] yesterday. It was truly inspiring to have such a meaningful conversation with someone who shares my approach to [the type of business activities you discussed] and to learn about your industry insights.

 

The information you shared about your future projects convinced me that this job is a perfect fit for my professional and personal interests and one where I could make a valuable contribution. I particularly enjoyed learning about [specific information about the job the interviewer shared with you] since [the reason you found it interesting].

 

I was also thinking about what you said on [the upcoming challenge your interviewers mentioned]. In my current/previous role as [your current position] I found that [a quick explanation of how you tackled a similar problem].

 

Finally, please find attached the details of some of my projects we discussed and an exact documentation of their business impact.

 

Should you need any additional information from me that could assist with the decision-making process, feel free to contact me. I look forward to our call next week as discussed.

 

Thank you once again.

 

Best regards,

 

[Your sign-off]

 

  • The above interview thank you note example is recommended for corporate positions.
  • Notice that it’s more detailed than the first sample. Use it only after in-depth interviews that took more than 45 minutes.
  • A good pick for senior or C-level candidates.

 

Sample Thank You Email After a Second Interview

 

Subject line: Thank you for the opportunity!

Dear [Interviewer’s Name],

 

It was a pleasure to come and chat for the second time, thank you for this opportunity! Now I’m even more certain that I will be able to help deliver great results working as [the name of the position] with [Company Name]. What’s most exciting for me is [a detail you discussed that makes you most eager to join the company].

 

As regards the project we discussed, I started to think about what is necessary for us to make it successful. Please have a look at the attached presentation where I outlined my preliminary ideas. If you have any questions, please let me know. I’ll be happy to elaborate on the details.

 

Thank you again for your time. I look forward to hearing from you on [the established date] as discussed.

Best,

 

[Your sign-off]

 

  • Just like after the first interview, you have to send an interview thank you email after the second one, too.
  • Notice how this sample thank you email after a second interview refers to specific projects.


Interview Thank You Email Sample: An Informal Approach

 

Subject line: Great speaking with you!

Hi [Interviewer’s Name],

 

I had a lot of fun learning more about the challenges ahead of the next [the name of the position] with [Company Name] yesterday! I’d be really excited to join your team and help [bring more users/increase revenue/anything else you’d be doing].

 

I was thinking about what Michael said regarding [a specific issue one of the interviewer’s discussed]. In my last role as [the name of your current/previous position] I found that [a specific solution you used to tackle a similar problem] is by far the most effective strategy. It helped bring an overall increase of X% in [a specific metric in question]. I hope that helps!

Please feel free to contact me if you find you need any more information. I look forward to our call next week. Thanks so much again!

Best wishes,

[Your sign-off]

P.S.—I also wanted to say that you were right about the coffee at Luke's. I stopped by on my way home. Delicious! [Or an informal reference to any other part of the interview. Something along the lines of: “I hope you enjoyed the concert last evening”/”I followed your recommendation to start watching ‘Sharp Objects.’ I’m super hooked!”]

 

  • A good thank you email template for positions at small companies with relaxed culture.
  • The above sample will also work great for jobs at startups, or creative and artistic roles.
  • If you feel that the atmosphere of your interview was very informal, make sure the tone of your thank you note matches it.

 

Pro Tip: Don't forget to proofread your email. You can use apps like Grammarly or Language Tool to help you avoid nasty typos or bad syntax.

 

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When, to Whom, and in What Form to Send a Thank You Note after an Interview: The Logistics

 

So, you’ve just written a stunning post-interview thank-you note.

 

What should you do with it now? When to send it? To whom to address it? Is a thank you email always okay or do you need a handwritten note?

 

It’s a lot to remember, but don’t worry—

 

When to send thank you email after interview?

 

It's best to send a thank you letter while you're still fresh in the interviewer's mind. So you should send the email message within 24 hours of the interview (the same day as the interview or the next). If the interview takes place on Friday, send a thank-you email on Friday afternoon or on Monday morning. Don’t send formal emails over the weekend.

 

What about sending a thank you email after an interview to multiple interviewers?

 

  • Send a thank you email after every interview to everyone that was in the room with you.
  • Each of those thank you notes has to be at least slightly different and personalized because they will share them with one another.
  • The exception is a panel interview, especially if many of the participants joined via phone or Skype: in this situation, send one thank you email after an interview addressed to everyone.

 

Don’t have everyone’s email addresses?

Send one email to the person whose address you have and either ask them to forward your thank-you email to other interviewers, or ask for the email addresses of the other recruiters and email them directly.

 

Pro Tip: If you interview with multiple people, ask for business cards during the interview, so you don’t have to search or ask for emails later.

 

Handwritten thank you letter after an interview or an email?

 

An interview thank you email will be your safest choice.

 

Why? Because it’s quicker than a snail mail interview thank you letter. Plus, a recent study has shown that 94% of hiring managers find post-interview thank you emails appropriate.

 

The only exceptions where it’s a good idea to send your thank-you letter via snail mail are:

 

  • Jobs in extremely traditional industries such as wedding planning or stiff, suit-and-tie law firms.
  • C-level positions.

 

Key Takeaway

 

Here’s all you need to know about writing a thank you email after an interview in a nutshell:

 

  • You must always send one within 24 hours of the interview.
  • Send a separate thank-you note to each of your interviewers.
  • Thank them for the opportunity. Be genuine in expressing your gratitude.
  • Reiterate your interest.
  • Personalize, personalize, personalize. Refer to what you discussed during the interview.
  • Make an offer: show how your experience can help with their upcoming projects and tasks.
  • Before the sign-off, remind them of the established response deadline.

 

Have any extra questions on how to write a perfect thank you email after an interview? Could use some help crafting yours? Drop me a line in the comments and I’ll reply to all your questions!

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The Post-Interview Thank You Note Template You Need Today

thank you note for doing a great job

It's always important to say thank you after a job interview and after a second interview as well. It's also important to thank everyone you interviewed with and everyone who assisted with your job search. Here are some tips on who you should thank and the best way to thank them.

Tips for Writing a Job Interview Thank You Letter

Who and How to Say Thank You for an Interview

Are individual notes appropriate or should you write a group letter? Choose your approach based on what you think will be most in keeping with the personality of the organization. Also, consider whether the interviews had very much in common with one another.

If there was a great deal of similarity, perhaps a "group" letter will suffice. If so, address all the people on a master letter and add a personal note to each. Otherwise, send a personalized letter to each interviewer.

Who Else to Thank

In addition to thanking your interviewers, thank everyone else who assists with your job search, including references, people who refer you to a job opening and any other employment contacts whose help you have appreciated and who you want to develop a good relationship with.

Make an Impression

According to the York Technical Institute, less than 4% of applicants send thank you notes, so, use your letter as a way to stand out from the crowd and make a good impression.

What You Didn't Say

If there was something that you wish you had mentioned during the interview, here's your chance to say it by including it in your thank you letter.

Thank You Letter Basics

Thank you letters can be handwritten, typed or sent via email. Each thank you letter should include a thank you for the interview, your interest in the job, your qualifications and skills, and a final thank you.

Short and Simple

Keep your thank you letters short and simple, but do use the letter to reiterate your interest in the job, your enthusiasm for the company and to sell yourself as the ideal candidate.

Proof Your Letter

Spell check and proof your thank you letter. Then ask someone else to proof it for you. That way you will be sure it's perfect.

The Bottom Line

It is always appropriate to say thank you! If you are not sure whether you should thank someone, think positively and spend a few minutes saying thank you.

Review an Example

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Thank You Letter Example (Text Version)

Lanira Applicant
123 Main Street
Anywhere, CA 12345
555-555-5555
lanira.applicant@email.com

September 1, 2018

Harriet Lee
Director, Human Resources
Lowell Companies
123 Business Rd.
Business City, NY 54321

Dear Ms. Lee,

I’m writing to thank you for interviewing me for the management trainee position at Lowell Companies. I’m excited about this opportunity and I appreciate your time.

My experience in client services, along with my effective communications skills, time management and public speaking abilities make me an exceptional candidate to enter your management trainee program. I believe the program would enhance my skills and position me to be an effective manager in your company.

Again, thank you so much for the interview. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or if I can provide any additional information. My cell phone is 555-555-5555 and my email is lanira.applicant@email.com.

Sincerely,

Lanira Applicant

Words for thank you notes should show your appreciation. after a job interview, a carefully crafted thank you note is an excellent way to express to the recipient.

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It's always a good idea to take the time to thank the people you meet with during a job interview. What's the best way to show your appreciation for the interviewer's time?

Review an example of a short and simple thank-you note example you can send (via email or mail) after an interview, tips for who you should thank, and advice on how to write a note that makes a great impression.

Simple Job Interview Thank-You Note Example

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Simple Job Interview Thank-You Note Example (Text Version)

Jasmine Applicant
123 Main Street
Anytown, CA 12345
555-555-5555
jasmine.applicant@email.com

September 1, 2018

Amanda Lee
Manager
Acme Retailers
123 Business Rd.
Business City, NY 54321

Dear Ms. Lee:

I appreciate your taking the time yesterday to speak with me regarding the Position at Company Name. Thank you both for speaking with me and for giving me a tour of your office so that I could meet your other team members.

After the interview, I have a better understanding of what the responsibilities and opportunities are in the position. I was particularly interested to learn about the diverse skillset you are seeking in your next [insert Position title], and I believe that my knowledge and goals are very compatible with the needs you outlined.

It was a pleasure to talk with you; I left our interview with an even stronger interest in joining your team at Company Name. Please contact me if you have any additional questions for me. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Best regards,

Your Name

Who to Thank After a Job Interview

If you meet a lot of people during your interview, should you thank them all for their time? It’s not an absolute requirement to send each person a thank-you note or email. In some cases, particularly if you were interviewed by a multi-member panel of interviewers, it is acceptable to send your note to the point person who orchestrated your interview, requesting that he or she share your thanks with the other interviewers.

How to Make the Best Impression

However, even though it takes a little extra time, you will make the most favorable impression if you communicate directly with each member of the interviewing team.

What to Write in Your Thank-You Messages

Ideally, your note or email should include an expression of strong or enhanced interest in the job after meeting with the interview team. In addition, incorporate a concise statement regarding why you think the position is an excellent fit, as well as an expression of gratitude for their time and input.  

Take the Time to Personalize

Want to make an extra positive impression on your interviewers? Incorporate a different sentence into each communication referencing something specific of interest that the interviewer shared or a concern that she emphasized through her questioning. 

When to Send Your Email or Note

Your follow-up communication should be sent immediately after the interview so that it arrives prior to the completion of candidate evaluations. Either an email or even a hand-delivered thank-you card is usually the timeliest means of communicating. If you know you have time, a mailed thank-you letter or card is another option.

Get The Interviewer's Contact Information

Prepare in advance for following up after an interview by asking for business cards or contact information for the people you meet with. You can ask them as you meet them or ask the person who arranged the interview if they can provide this information.

Make sure you get the proper titles and email addresses for each of your interviewers prior to the end of your interview day so you can expedite your follow-up letter.

Since your follow-up communication should do more than simply thank your interviewers, you should make sure your message is conveyed to all the people who might have a say in the hiring decision as a reminder of your strengths as a job candidate.

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Sample letters to thank someone for a job well done. My special thanks to you and your team for the wonderful job you did on the Doe Project. The customer.

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