Do people still do them?
I have always done them, but the last two interviews I had I did not because the last time I sent one, via email of course, the employer just dropped off the face of the earth and everything seemed so certain and confirmed?
I am not one to read things in to things that go on during an interview and I never assume I will be offerd a position. I wait until I get an offer to feel like I have the job, but these people really had me convinced that I was going to start the next Monday, and this was a Thursday, and everything was great up until that blasted post interview thank you letter?
It was a very professional and standard business thank you letter. Noting unusual or unprofessional about it. Very basic. IDK if it annoyed the manager some how but I have decided to forego them now thinking maybe people just don't do them anymore and it is seen as desperate or pushy now, in this curent job market, or something.
I wanted to send one the other day after I had an interview that morning, but I thought the better of it and pushed it off.
Any of you working moms out there do them after an interview? The last job I had I did one and she appreciated it. She told me so when she called me back to offer me the position.