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Sample Letter to Candidates Not Offered a Job

By Staff Report

Apr. 6, 2000

Sample Not-Offered-Job Letter


 


Ms. Jane Smith
245 Elm Street, Apt. 45
Columbus, OH 43221


Dear Ms. Smith:


It was good to meet you in the interview held recently for the Assistant Manager position. It was difficult to choose from such a good crop of candidates.


We have offered the job to one of the other candidates. Still, we encourage you to keep your eyes out for future openings at Make Your Business Better as they become available.


In the meantime, we wish you the best of luck in your job search and any other endeavors.


Sincerely,


 


Jane Doe
Make Your Business Better


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