Aug 05, 2020 - 08:12 PM
To do this, start your follow-up letter by thanking the interviewer for their time and expressing your continued interest in the job. Follow that with a point or two from your conversation, and then in a separate paragraph bring up your transferable skills and how you can apply them to the position.
For example, you might write something like:
There are a few more things I wanted to mention that we didn’t have time to discuss.
I should have mentioned the seven years I spent in the technology industry and my experience selling technology products at trade shows has given me invaluable skills, which I think are a perfect match for the position.
From there, mention a few key transferable skills you picked up from your experiences, and explain, with examples, how you think they are a perfect match and how you’d use them in the position. It's best if you can include skill requirements listed in the job description or discussed in your interviews.