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Sample Letters: Rejection Of Application Following Interview: Failed To Meet Prerequisite

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Rejection Of Application Following Interview: Failed To Meet Prerequisite

REJECTION OF APPLICATION FOLLOWING INTERVIEW: FAILED TO MEET PREREQUISITE

[Date]


[NAME AND ADDRESS, ex.
Tom Atkinson
14 Edith Street,
Hackney West,
ZIP POST CODE]

Dear [NAME, ex. Tom Atkinson],

I was delighted to speak with you on [DATE, ex. Monday] and I thank you for your time. I am confident that your skills and abilities will be useful in the [FIELD OF BUSINESS, ex. computer industry].

As you are aware, our firm is seeking applicants with [PREREQUISITE APPLICANT FAILED TO MEET, ex. five years of work experience in the corporate computer sales industry]. Since you do not satisfy this prerequisite, we are unable to offer you a position with our firm at this time.

However, your resume has been preserved and placed on file for future reference. If a suitable position presents itself, I will be pleased to get in touch with you. I thank you for your interest in our firm and I wish you the best in your career.

Sincerely,


[YOUR NAME, ex. Tony Montana]

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