You probably know that it helps to send a thank-you note (which I prefer to think of as a follow-up note, not a thank-you) to your interviewer after you meet. But it’s not just as simple as “send a note.” If you don’t handle them well, they lose their effectiveness.
Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about five common mistakes people make with thank-you notes — some of them so common that you’re almost certainly making one or two of them. (Hopefully not all five.)
You can read it here.