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> And here's another question about thank you notes...
> handwritten or not? I know what Miss Manners says, but does
> it matter in the real world?
When I had a couple of interviews before taking my current job, I sent
hand-written thank-you notes in little note cards with some nice picture or
artwork on the front. I figured the added personal touch couldn't hurt. :)
Yeah, my handwriting is a bit messy, but putting the notecard through the
laser printer seemed a bit too impersonal for my taste. ;)
FANUC Robotics North America, INC.
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