Ways for job candidates to show gratitude after an interview
If students have turned to Christian colleges and universities to help them advance their careers, they are going to need more than just a degree to land a job. These individuals will also need to know the basics of job interview etiquette if they are to make a good impression on potential employers.
Whether students go on job interviews as they near the end of their studies or after they have earned a degree Christian university, they are going to want to know how to show gratitude for their chance to meet with a company representative.
Based on the results of a recent survey by Accountemps, a staffing service firm, jobseekers have several ways to say thank you following an interview, according to a press release. For instance, of the more than 500 human resources managers who were polled, 62 percent of them received a note of gratitude via email. Roughly 23 percent of respondents received a thank you by phone.
When it comes to which methods human resources managers view as acceptable means of showing gratitude, email, phone and handwritten notes topped the list, followed by social media and text messages.
If students ever have questions about anything related to the job interview process, they can always turn to the career services provided by the Christian colleges they are enrolled in.