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thanks for the interview wsj - December 6, 2005 DOW JONES...

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December 6, 2005 DOW JONES REPRINTS This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit: www.djreprints.com . See a sample reprint in PDF format . Order a reprint of this article now . Thanks for the Interview Tailored Follow-Up Note Can Make Difference In Landing Job By SARAH E. NEEDLEMAN CAREERJOURNAL.COM December 6, 2005; Page B10 For job candidates seeking an edge, sending interviewers customized thank-you notes is critical. "You're helping to jog their memories of you," says Heather Hamilton, staffing- program manager for marketing and finance at Microsoft Corp. in Redmond, Wash. Recruiters typically interview several candidates for a position, she explains, noting that in one week she might meet with 10 applicants. Simply sending a thank-you note isn't enough to stand out from the competition, adds Frank Heller, recruiting manager at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. in New York. He estimates that 90% of the candidates he interviews make the effort, while
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