And sadly, the employer may decline to make you an offer. It’s still a nice idea to write a letter acknowledging the rejection and restating your interest in the employer. Such a letter prevents you from burning bridges and will encourage the employer to think of you next tie there’s an opening:
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7 Apple Court
Eugene, OR 97401
Ms. Gwen Nesson
Director of Programming
Stamford, CT 06902
Dear Ms. Neeson:
Thank you for letting me know you had decided to hire someone else for the programming position I interviewed for. I was disappointed that I did not get the position, but I very much appreciate the time and concern you and your staff took to talk with me and show me around your headquarters.
I hope you’ll keep my materials on file and consider me for future vacancies. I know yours is a growing company, so I’m convinced a position will turn up before long for which I am a perfect fit. If any other departments or regional offices have openings, I would appreciate hearing about them.
Again, Ms. Neeson, I thank you so much for all the time and thought you put into considering me for this position.
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