Aug 20, 2018 - 04:51 PM
In your letter, you should naturally thank the hiring manager for his or her time and consideration. It is acceptable to acknowledge your disappointment but remain positive. You should end your letter by asking for consideration for any future positions that come up. You may not always get a response, but there have been cases where employers thought a rejected applicant was a better fit for another position. You never know what might happen.
Now that you know how to write a thank you letter to a rejected job application and ask for other opportunities, you should do it after every rejection. Proofread the letter before emailing it and always provide your signature.