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During a long day of job interviews, you may meet with five different interviewers. Write all of them a short follow-up note. Customize the letters so that you amplify specific points you discussed with each person and reinforce key themes. Mail the notes within 24 hours of the interview; do not use an overnight service or you’ll appear desperate. Use personal stationery that’s simple and professional. Never use your current employer’s letterhead.
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