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Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities, 3rd Edition by Daniel J. Ryan Ph.D.

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CHAPTER 11After the Interview

W hen you return home from the interview, take a few moments to write down your thoughts about the interview while they are still fresh in your mind. Make note of any questions that were asked that were particularly difficult or that caught you off guard.

Writing Thank-You Letters

The next thing you want to do is to begin writing your thank-you letters. Hopefully you took the time during the interview to collect the business cards of the people you met or to at least make a record of the names and their correct spellings. This will enable you to personalize your letters, rather than sending a letter addressed to “Dear Interviewer” or “Dear Search Committee Member.” If you are unsure about the spelling or the correct ...

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