Aug 18, 2018 - 11:01 PM
One of your primary goals during an interview is to establish a rapport with the hiring professional. If you feel this wasn't achieved during your visit, you may convince the interviewer otherwise through a carefully worded thank-you letter. Mention personal interests the interviewer shared or comment on items of interest in the office. If you feel that you've left questions unanswered or that the interviewer has concerns about your answers, a thank-letter can address those issues.
Of course, your follow-up letter may not lead to another interview or a job offer. In this case, your best strategy is to learn what to do better. Many employers are willing to share their impressions of what went well and why they looked in a different direction. Get more tips about why you're not getting a job here.