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How to write a thank you note after an IT job interview

You have just interviewed for that perfect IT job.  Now what do you do? Send a thank you note.  Typically, you should send a thank you note to every person you meet with.  It not only thanks the interviewer(s) for their time, it also reinforces your interest in the position.  If you interviewed through a technical recruiting company, then send the thank you note to your IT recruiter.

Here are some tips that our IT staffing company offers for writing Thank You notes:

  1. Like it or not, email is the standard form of communication these days.  It not only is efficient, it pretty much guarantees delivery (with proof of delivery).  However, a personal note shows that you go above and beyond, so don’t shy away from writing a note.  Check your handwriting.  If you have illegible handwriting, make sure you type the note so that the interviewer will be able to read what you have to say.
  2. Spell Check.  Spelling or grammatical errors will damage your credibility.  Also make sure you spell each recipient’s name correctly!
  3. Take notes during the interview. Reference some of the topics/items that you discussed in the IT job interview.
  4. Reiterate your experience.  Remind the interviewer why you are a good fit for the IT job.
  5. Send the thank you note the same day – no exceptions!

Top Interview Questions

IT recruiting firms are constantly screening candidates to make sure they are up to par with our clients’ qualifications. We understand that clients are looking for the perfect candidates to fill their IT jobs.  Therefore, to help prepare our candidates for their respective interviews, our IT recruiters have compiled a list of questions that our clients may be looking to ask.

  1. Please tell me a little about yourself.
  2. What is your greatest strength?
  3. What is your greatest weakness?
  4. Name a time you had to resolve a conflict and describe you handled it.
  5. What do you think differentiates you from other candidates applying for this position?
  6. How do you think you’ll be able to contribute to the company?
  7. Why are you interested in working at company x?
  8. What relevant experience do you have for this position?
  9. What kind of environment do you prefer to work in?
  10. What are your goals for the next five years?