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  •  I did send an email thank-you note to each person (5+ / 0-)

    on the Monday after the interview.  But, your idea was pretty clever!

    The problem that I'd have with 2 of the people in the interview is that I have no idea what their mailing address would be.  One was in Florida and one was in Texas, the third was here in town where I had the interview.  It's a major international financial company though and if I tried, I could find them.  Just as added info, this would be for a computer programming position.

    •  yeah, that would make it difficult to be (2+ / 0-)
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      nchristine, diggerspop

      personal with them. My guys were all in one office suite.

      I believe in democracy, civil liberties, and the rule of law. That makes me a liberal, and I’m proud of it. - Paul Krugman

      by Gentle Giant on Tue Feb 19, 2013 at 11:41:16 AM PST

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      •  If I wanted to be super personal, all I would have (2+ / 0-)
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        Gentle Giant, diggerspop

        to do is go around the block and knock on the door of the person who is here in town...... She knows my house because of the neighbors house and the types of dogs that have lived there (few years back there were two massive English Mastiffs living there - everyone remembers those dogs - 3ft at least to the top of their heads).  But, that might border on stalking!!!  We even talked about the fact that we're pretty much neighbors when we met for the interview.

        I did send the email and got an auto reply that the HR person (not the same as the above person - this one is in PA somewhere) will have limited access to email the remainder of the week.  Nice of him to remember to turn the auto reply on and give a date of return on it.

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