A thank you note written to your interviewer can make all the difference in their decision-making process and can remind them of your value as a candidate. Be sure to write a thank you e-mail as soon as possible. Use the sample below to guide your own writing.


Subject: Thank You


Dear [Interviewer Name]:


Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today. It was a pleasure learning more about the position of [fill in position name] and the activities of the company. I am very impressed with the extensive training resources you offer and the opportunities for growth. The prospect of working with you on [specific activity or job responsibility] is something I am particularly excited about. Please let me know if I can provide more information. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


Best Regards,

[Your Name]


Other Advice:

  • You can think back to what you may have spoken about during the interview and address why you are the perfect fit for the position. If you do this, be sure to reiterate why your skills and expertise are appropriate for the job.
  • If it’s not too much trouble, consider sending a handwritten note to the interviewer by mail if you think they would prefer it more.