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Contracting is a different animal altogether, especially
when you're 1099. Interview follow-ups aren't really
"thank you notes," but sales calls. The real thank-you
note comes at the end of the contract, when you
express appreciation for the client's business and
the hope that you will work together again in the future.
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From: "Lauren" <lauren -at- writeco -dot- net>
> I tend to favor email or telephone follow-ups and thank-you's, but I
> contracts, rather than full-time employment, perhaps that makes a
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