Not all interviews are successful, and that is something which one needs to take in stride.
Even if you know that an interview has been unsuccessful, it is still important to keep in touch with the employer to secure future liaisons.
How is this done?
Well, firstly, writing a letter to thank an interviewer will create that first positive connection.
You never know – you might be considered for a position at a later time, or maybe the interviewer will refer you to another job opening.
Thinking of a thank you letter as an opportunity is important.
What does one write in a thank you letter after an unsuccessful interview?
It is not too complicated – all you have to do is mention that you feel sorry that you will not be able to contribute, and look forward to future prospects.
Here is how you can do this:
Sample Thank You Letter after an Unsuccessful Interview
(000) 173 3997
January 2, 2022
Mr. Kurt Wesley
374 Roving Road
Austin, TX 17365
Dear Mr. Wesley:
Please allow me to mention how wonderful it was to meet with you in person during my recent interview at ABC Company, and exchange synergies. Meeting with you made me further strengthen my desire to work for your company, even though I see that there is no opportunity for me at the moment.
While I am a bit disappointed that I was not selected for the job, I am grateful for the opportunity to be interviewed. I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about the organization, and its future plans and would love to be considered for any position that may come up later, which aligns well with my skills and abilities.
To shed a little light on my skills, I am a passionate individual with excellent administrative acumen and a solid grasp of office management tasks.
Hopeful that you will consider me for future opportunities, I would once again like to thank you for giving me a chance to speak with you in person. I would love to work for you in the near future.