If you have received a rejection letter from a company after sending your CV in or having an interview and you feel that you want to follow it up and show that you are still thankful for being considered for this position etc then you need to know what best to put without it looking like you are begging for another chance at this role.
Read your letter from them carefully, what did they exactly say the reasons were for rejecting you from their recruitment process on this occasion, was it to do with skills, experience, look at the reasons they have put or maybe in your letter you need to ask them what the reasons were that you were rejected from their recruitment process.
If you are looking for an idea of what you should be putting in your letter, please see the below example.
Follow Up Letter Example – Rejected by Company
Thank you for the interview for the POSITION
Thank you very much for allowing me the opportunity to attend an interview with your company for the position of NAME OF POSITION. I received your letter on DATE saying that you had NAME the reasons of what they put in the letter and respond accordingly.
I would appreciate it if you would be able to give me some feedback so that I am able to make a different impression at another interview and that I can learn from any mistakes that I may have made. This would make a big difference to my career search so I hope that you do appreciate it makes a difference to my career search.
Again, thank you for allowing me to get an introduction to your company, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you well for the future and I thank you in advance for providing me with any feedback that you are able to.
Many Thanks and Kind Regards
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