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August 31, 2007

Filed under: HR,interview,jobs,Kuwait — Khaled @ 1:38 pm

It is always a good idea to send out a thank you note(email or by mail Fedex/Aramex) to your interviewer,

something like this:

Job Interview: Thank You Letter

Ahmad Said
222 Adasani Street
Salmiyah, Kuwait 12345


August 20, 2007


Ms Muna Mahfouz
Human Resources Director
X Enterprises
345 N.W Shuwaikh Road
Salhiya, Kuwait 12345


Dear Ms. Mahfouz,


Thank you for taking the time to speak about the quality manager position at X Enterprises with me. The job, as you presented it, has convinced me that it will be a wonderful opportunity.

In addition to my enthusiasm, I will bring strong problem solving skills and excellent work habits. With the countless demand of your time, my organizational skills will help you free to deal with larger issues. I am sure I will enjoy working with you.

I look forward, Ms. Mahfouz, to hearing from you about this position, Again thanks for such a quality time.



Ahmad Said



  1. You are so right. sometimes, when interviewing, all the candidates will appear OK but uninteresting, and if even ONE of them writes that thank you letter, he/she improves chances of getting the job considerably.

    However . . . first, the one interviewed is the interviewee, and the one who did the interview is the interviewER. Just a technicality.

    And second – does mail really get delivered in Kuwait? I have never seen a post office, never seen a new stamp issue, and never heard of anyone receiving anything outside of DHL/Federal Express, etc.

    Having criticized your entry, I apologize, It was really a great article, and great subject.

    Comment by worldquilter — August 31, 2007 @ 7:49 pm | Reply

  2. Thank you Worldquilter and welcome to my Blog.

    I fixed the error, sorry. I should know that, it rhymes to employee/employer.

    My bad.

    There is mail, it goes to mailboxes mostly, anything else will get lost.


    Comment by palforce — August 31, 2007 @ 8:00 pm | Reply

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