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    Addressing Interviewers

    After an interiew with a local paper I feel that a thank-you letter would benefit my chances of being a successful applicant (especially as it is a highly sought after job). What is the correct way to address three interviewers (two males and one female) in one e-mail?

    Also, if anybody feels that a thank you letter could hinder my chances of getting the job please let me know as I am fresh out of university and unfamiliar with interview etiquette.

    Many thank, BR.

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    Re: Addressing Interviewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Bertha R. View Post
    After an interiew with a local paper I feel that a thank-you letter would benefit my chances of being a successful applicant (especially as it is a highly sought after job). What is the correct way to address three interviewers (two males and one female) in one e-mail?

    Also, if anybody feels that a thank you letter could hinder my chances of getting the job please let me know as I am fresh out of university and unfamiliar with interview etiquette.

    Many thank, BR.
    It depends on how formal everything was at the time. If you feel comfortable enough using their first names, then I'd start with "Dear David, John and Sue..." If not, then "Dear Mr Smith, Mr Jones and Miss Davis"

    I don't personally think it would hinder your chances as long as it's not too over the top.

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