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    Thank you letter (After interview)

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    I have created a thread seeking for your help in editing the content of the letter. For some reason, I am unable to "push" the article to the very first page by updating it, and the article is now at several page back which made it hard to draw people's attention.

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    Re: Thank you letter (After interview)

    Thank you for your taking the time out of your busy schedule to have an interview with me for the position of manager.

    I enjoyed every moment of the interviews, from the aptitude test conducted by Ms. B to the 2nd interview with Mr. A, as well as the opportunity to present my ideas, all of which offered me good experience.


    During the interviews, I was very impressed with and held great admiration for your unique leadership-style and your in-dept knowledge of the call centre business. Your willingness to listen to my opinions, and provide me with feedback based on your experience proved that you are people oriented and concerned with staff development. The possibility of under resources (under staff) and the idea of incentive scheme in bid to motivate the staff confirm my understanding of your company.

    Above all, the sense of challenge, accountability, and responsibility that this position carries make it a dream career.

    I am sorry that my performance fell short of your expectations during the presentation. However, I do admit I could have done a great deal better.

    Last but not least, regardless of the outcome of my interview, I appreciate the opportunity given me to attend. It was a really value-added experience.
    Many thanks,

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    Re: Thank you letter (After interview)

    The possibility of under resources (under staff)

    the sense of challenge, accountability, and responsibility that this position carries make it a dream career.

    I appreciate the opportunity given me to attend. It was a really value-added experience.

    I was wondering whether the phrases in bold are appropriate.
    What is value-added experience?

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    Re: Thank you letter (After interview)

    Dear all

    the article has been updated for your suggestion. please refer to the shown link

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