Re: Letters and E-mail

Subject: Re: Letters and E-mail
From: "Westra, Kayla L." <13718westr -at- KCPBLDG01 -dot- BV -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 1994 14:59:00 CST

>I was just talking with a colleague and she said that she was
>E-mailing her "thank you" letters to prospective employers after the
>interview was conducted. I was wondering if you all thought that that
>was an "okay" thing to do. I know that resumes are sent via E-mail
>so perhaps it is an "okay" thing to do. Some suggestions/ideas on
>this issue would be appreciated.

_I_ wouldn't be offended, and I would consider the source (i.e., college
student=no money <G>). However, some people don't like e-mail and use it
grudgingly. You might be shooting yourself in the foot by not sending the
traditional thank you letter.

Just my .02 worth.


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