Friday, May 22, 2015 . . . . . Didn't get the job? Came in second choice? What can you do? Write a letter.
Chances are you committed extensive time to the interview process which may have gone on for weeks or even months. You may be feeling discouraged and tempted to share a few choice words with or about the employer.
But don't do it. Instead, step back, take a breath, and write a "Thanks for Rejecting Me" letter to the employer. Why? This pro-active response on your part may just pay off down the road in the employer thinking well of you, a possible referral, and even a possible job down the road.
So, curb your anger, swallow your disappointment, and write a letter instead, thanking the employer for the opportunity to have interviewed. It's a smart strategy.
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