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Follow-up Letter

Waiting is oftentimes the biggest foe of the job hunters. It kills time, not to mention the fact that it slowly kills the hope of a person to get his/her desired job. To resolve this problem, an applicant can always make a follow-up letter to inform the company that you are still waiting for their response.

Follow-up Letters contain three important points:

  1. That you are still intersted in the company's job opening
  2. Assurance that you can handle the job
  3. That you will be waiting for their response soon



Obi Won Kenobi
1 Distant Planet Place,
Hollywood, Ca, 91111

February 24, 2000

Dear Mr. Kenobi:

I appreciate your effort in interviewing me last Friday, August 25. It was a great honor to be given a chance to convey what I can do to contribute to the company.

I'm writing to inform you that I am still interested to join the firm as a Web Designer. Even though the company is a new player in the industry, it shows great potential to dominate because of the company's innovative marketing startegies in e-commerce.

However, with all the promotions, the company will surely need the best possible maintainance and designing for your website. You mentioned that the number of visitors in your website is rapidly increasing and that you will need a person to handle all the website operations. Again, I would like to assure you that I have a solid background in web designing. My academic records and experience in making websites are enough evidence of my talent.

If you need any additional informations or documents, please feel free to ask me. I will be delighted to come over to your office and comply with your procedures regarding my application.

Hope to hear from you soon.



Luke Skywalker

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