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    When I interviewed yesterday the nurse manager gave me his e-mail address and said to e-mail him if I thought of any additional questions. Is it appropriate to send an e-mail thanking him for consideration for the position? I thought about sending a note through snail-mail, but expect to hear back from him in the next day or 2 so that would take longer. What do you think?

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    Good thinking! I think it's a great idea to do that. Best of luck on the position!
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    I think a written snail mail reply would be best. I think it's wierd he gave you his e-address. Maybe that's just me. Good luck!!
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    Personally, I would send a quick thank you email and still send a more detailed snail mail letter stating my appreciation and desire for the job. Certainly this would impress and not discourage the manager from hiring you.
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    Yeah, I'm thinking the same thing. Send a quick email thank you and then a follow up through snail mail. It should only be a day before it gets to the hospital, and maybe another day for it to wind it's way up to the floor.

    Let us know when you hear something, Lana!


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