Hi-- I had an interview conducted by two people-- when either one told me something, they other finished their thought-- so there wasn't much to distinguish the 2-- to have something different to say in each thank you letter. I feel like it would be weird to send them the exact same letter, though.. any thoughts?
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Send an emailed thank you note, addressed to both of them. I did this for a few firms where 2 associates interviewed me/took me out for lunch, and it was fine. Most people just look to see who its from and then delete it almost immediately anyway.
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Sup Kid wrote:Send an emailed thank you note, addressed to both of them. I did this for a few firms where 2 associates interviewed me/took me out for lunch, and it was fine. Most people just
look to see who its from and thendelete it almost immediately anyway.
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