Job Interview Tools Launches October Thank You Note Training for Job Seekers

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Site offers tips on writing thank you notes that impress prospective employers.

Ours is the only guide of its kind that focuses exclusively on writing thank you letters designed for a job interview follow-up.

Job Interview Tools, a service that provides tips to job seekers, is launching thank you note training for job seekers. The company, which specializes in tips for interviewing and landing a job, notes that thank you notes are more important than ever, in today’s competitive job market. Yet the site has encountered many workers who do not realize the importance of sending a letter within 24 hours of an interview. To help interviewees craft winning job interview thank you letters, Job Interview Tools offers a list of helpful tips for effective, professional follow-up notes.

In his book, How to Write Perfect Thank You Letters, Don Georgevich, president of Job Interview Tools, details each of the elements that make up an ideal thank you letter. The book includes 101 sample thank you letters to illustrate the concepts outlined in the book. These samples can act as templates for recent interviewees as they attempt to craft their own perfect follow-up notes.

“Ours is the only guide of its kind that focuses exclusively on writing thank you letters designed for a job interview follow-up,” says Georgevich. “The guide provides advice for letters sent through e-mail and traditional mail to cover today’s shifting workplace.”

In the book, Georgevich covers every scenario, including following up after an interview that didn’t go as planned. If an interview subject forgot to mention relevant details, Georgevich shows how those details can be gracefully worked into the letter. As Georgevich points out in the book, failure to write a follow-up letter or, even worse, writing a bad thank you letter could cost a candidate the job.

An effective thank you letter does more than keep a candidate in the running, however. Georgevich states that a good thank you letter can be the very thing that pushes a prospective employee to the top of the list. A thank you letter keeps that candidate fresh in the interviewer’s mind, while also demonstrating that candidate’s interest in working for that particular company.

With more than 17 years of experience in being an interviewer and interviewee, Georgevich has spent the past five years instructing professionals on tips that will help them succeed. A former interviewer for Exxon Mobil, his suggestions are based partly on his own observations as one of the key people making hiring decisions. He was recruited into the position while working as a contractor, which forced him to interview for new jobs on a regular basis. Noting how good he was at the process of landing a job, executives asked him to help them locate the best candidates.

How to Write Perfect Thank You Letters is in its second edition and it is available for instant download on the Job Interview Tools website, http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/thankyou-letters.htm. With more than 87 customer reviews, customers rave about how effective the guide has been in helping them land a job. Those who purchase the guide are also welcome to contact Georgevich personally by phone or e-mail to ask one-on-one questions.

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