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Sometimes the hardest things in life are the goodbyes.

Cover letters are no exception — saying thank you and goodbye in a job application or a cover letter can be tricky.

Often, we hear the term “thank you for your consideration” used in applications and thank you letters to employers, but is it really the best (and only) way to complete the letter or application?

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You may be thinking to yourself — “saying the same phrase at the end of every thank you note is so boring. How can I stand out?”

How to best say “Thank you for your consideration?”

  • Avoid the generic phrases, and make your closing unique, in order to make a lasting impression.
  • Use The Sandwich Method: Thank them and highlight key points and then reiterate the thank you.
  • Keep it short, simple, tasteful, and professional.

Recruiters look for flawless job applications. How could they not?

When a job posting has hundreds and sometimes even thousands of applicants, they have to get picky.

When you are applying to very competitive positions, even the smallest of details matter.

And a proper thank you note — one that’s professional and tasteful — at the end of the application or cover letter is one detail that should not be overlooked.

You may be asking:

“Can I at least spice it up a little?”

The short and simple answer to that question is yes — you can make your closing unique and still keep it professional.

So where to begin?

Keep reading for a detailed look at “Thank you for your consideration” — What it means, and how to use it properly to land the job you want.

What does “Thank you for your consideration” mean?

“Thank you for your consideration” is a phrase often used at the closing of a job application, cover letter, letter of intent, or email to a recruiter or HR department.

It is also the primary phrase used for thank you notes after interviews.

Essentially, you are thanking the interviewers for taking the time to look over your application.

Saying “thank you for your consideration” may seem like fluff added to the end of an email.

And in some ways, it is.

Obviously, you want the job, and you would be ever-grateful and happy for them to look over your materials and offer you the job.

It is also a critical part of any thank you note after an interview.

So why do you have to add this phrase or something with the same intent to the end of these communications?

Because it is proper etiquette and employers expect to see a formal thank you at the end, acknowledging their efforts in the application process.

So what’s the best way of closing these types of communications with potential future employers?

What is the best way of saying “please look over my materials and I will be grateful forever” or “thank you so much for interviewing me, you won’t regret it?”

“Thank you for your time and consideration”

There are two variants that are often used in closing an application or email: “Thank you for your consideration” and “thank you for your time and consideration.”

Both are acceptable, but wouldn’t you agree that they are a little bit boring?

Most likely, they also do not match your writing style, because we are no longer in the 1800s.

These two phrases are also generic and overused.

You don’t want to be that generic applicant — you want to be the name-brand applicant, the one employers will pay extra for.

“Thank you for your consideration and understanding”

Thank you for your consideration and understanding is much the same as the others. It is generic and long-winded, and it doesn’t really saying much.

When you are saying thank you to an employer, you want to emphasize what exactly you are thanking them for.

Their consideration and understanding? Their time? Yes, but what else?

Whether you spoke with the recruiter, the HR department, or had an interview, focus your “thank you” on what they did or said that you are particularly thankful for.

Ready to learn the best way of saying thank you professionally?

How to best say “Thank you?”

Have you ever heard of the compliment sandwich? You probably know it as the go-to way to deliver criticism or bad news to someone.

But did you know that the same method can be applied to delivering the best thank you to a potential employer?

We call it the thank you sandwich.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Thank them and highlight key points. Thank the person for their conversation or interview with you.

Then highlight some key aspects that you took from the information they gave you, which shows employers that you were paying attention and care.

2. Reiterate the thank you. Reaffirm why you would make an excellent candidate for the position and close with a reiteration of thanks and a call to action for next steps.

Instead of writing a boring and completely generic thank you, as a closure to any communication, it is best to make it highly personalized, while still maintaining the professionalism that “thank you for your consideration” gives.

By following this guide, you are effectively sandwiching information about why you would be a good candidate with the thank you closing.

You are being polite and following proper job search etiquette, while also making your thank you highly individualized and more memorable.

Ready to see how all this comes together? Check out this example:

“Thank you for your consideration” using the Thank you sandwich method


Dear XYZ,

(Add what you want to convey in the message first here).

Thank you for taking the time to interview me today. I greatly appreciated being able to meet X, Y, and Z and speak about the position.

Our discussion about your nonprofit’s mission to ensure a safe place for every child stood out to me, and I believe my experience working with the Department of Social Services for the past 10 years would make me an excellent candidate to advance that mission. My work history affirms my belief that every child needs a safe home, and it would be an honor to work with your nonprofit.

If you need any more information, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you again for the opportunity, and I look forward to speaking with you soon.




Using “thank you for your consideration” is not a bad way to say thank you, but it definitely can be spiced up to sound more fluid and individualized.

When contacting employers, you want not only want to make sure that all of your communication is professional, but you also want it to be memorable.

When they ask, “who was this person we interviewed?” after a day of interviews and all they get as a memory jogger is “thank you for your consideration,” you probably won’t be the candidate they pull from the pile.

Making your “thank you” more active by adding in details about the interview or the job application and linking it back to a crucial part about why you would fit in well with the company is a great way to stand out.

Keep it is short and sweet — no employer wants to read a billion lines about why you are so awesome. But also make sure it conveys thanks in a professional way and maintains the job search etiquette that is expected, while not being overly dull.

So there you have it.

Thank you so much for reading this article. We know that you will do great with writing these “thank-yous” after reading our “thank you for your consideration” guide.

If you have any further questions about the job search, Zippia has all the resources you need to excel at the job search game.

Thanks again for the opportunity to bring you these resources.



(Not bad for a thank you statement to readers, right?) Try your own and get that dream job.

This article originally appeared on Zippia. 

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We would like to thank you for your outstanding service over the past 9 years. Not only has your agency provided us with the highest quality tenants your.

A single Thank you email is crucial to increase user engagement and brand loyalty.

Nevertheless, they remain largely underestimated and untapped.

Why is that?

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Most businesses are missing out on ways they can reach out to their users and say “Thank you”.

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What is an automated Thank you email?

A Thank you email is a type of auto-generated email that is used strategically by businesses to establish special and/or personal customer relationships.

Why You Should Set up a Thank you email?

Depending on the type of automated Thank you email, it is always great to hear from a business one just purchased from, subscribed to, or engaged with, in a way.

Essentially, these emails increase interaction potential between businesses and customers/users/visitors, etc.

As a result, they can help boost brand loyalty across audiences automatically, without compromising on personalization, whatsoever.

When to send an automated Thank you email?

There are more occasions to say “Thank you” than most businesses imagine.

Below, we present a massive compilation of 25 occasions a business can send out an automated Thank you email.

It should be clearly stated, whatsoever, that, depending on the frequency of newsletters per business, the “recommended” number of “Thank you” email subtypes should vary.

In other words, automated “Thank you emails should make up no more than 20% of a business’ overall email marketing communication.

On occasion, this percentage could fluctuate to accommodate current needs (e.g. seminars, trade shows, etc).

Every type of a Thank you email

How many reasons to be thankful for could there be for a business, in the first place?

That is what we asked, too, and after we did some research, this is what we dug out of our inboxes:

1. Thanks for signing up/ joining us

This is the quintessential Thank you email.

Whatever you do, make sure you set this one up before any other type.

When someone registers for your product/service, they engage with your business.

This is why you should be there on Day 1 to thank them for signing up or joining you.

Use this email as an opportunity to say something that does not require further action from them.

That is, your entire communication is primarily built on what you need your users to do: e.g. purchase, browse, or update their contact details.

It is both exciting and satisfactory to receive an email every now and then that simply thanks to the recipient for something.

Better yet, receiving an email that gives back to you on top of thanking you is an even more pleasant surprise.

At the beginning of your joint journey with your customers, make sure that you thank them for being there.

This will help extend the engagement level the user experiences upon registering.

Essentially, automated Thank you email helps you maintain those high open rates and click-through rates.

2. Thank you for signing up- you haven’t started [shopping] yet

Suppose that you have already sent a “Thanks for signing up” email.

In case some of your users have not taken action within what you consider a reasonable time period, send them this type of automated Thank you email.

What this does is thank users anew and at the same time, it offers to help them take action.

You can use this automated Thank you email to offer a discount coupon with a clearly stated expiration date.

This will motivate subscribers to engage with your page.

If it doesn’t, then this could trigger a Re-engagement drip campaign to reactivate users.

3. Thanks for becoming a member

Do you have multiple newsletters?

Has a user requested access to a specific service or group?

What a great occasion to thank them for joining the particular group and in your doing so, welcoming them.

In this type of email, you can explain to the new user what their potential in this group is, how they can get around, or how they can make the most of their new sign-up.

4. Thanks for sharing

You create content on a regular basis and share it across your channels.

Some of your subscribers will not open your email, some of them will open it but not click through it.

Another segment of your audience will engage with the CTA buttons in your email and a small, golden percentage of your audience will share them or forward these to friends.

This is the kind of users/subscribers you want to hold on to these are the most enthusiastic users of your business, your true brand evangelists.

Even if they are not so, their sharing your content means they appreciate your content.

This kind of Thank you email could trigger an automation that keeps track of total shares made by a user and ultimately reward them.

Once they have shared content more than 5 times in say, 6 months.

5. Thank you for registering for our event

Are you holding an event, e.g. a webinar or seminar?

Make sure you don’t get double-registrants by sending a confirmation email to those who just registered on the spot.

Make your event registrants a part of your leading team and invite them in throughout the process.

Don’t have people second-guessing whether they registered or not. Send an email right away.

Upgrade tip: It would be a great idea to funnel registrants further down by setting up an automated email sequence.

This would serve as a series of reminder emails or sneak peek emails, with content ranging from

“Save the Date” to “Here’s a backstage sneak peek” during the days counting down to launch date.

6. Thank you (on a special day)- e.g. Women’s day

Throughout the year, there are many special days celebrating members of society whose outstanding contribution has benefited our lives.

Depending on your brand personality or corporate values, you may want to send out a newsletter saying Thanks!

As a case in point, BuzzFeed, on the occasion of Women’s day earlier this year, sent out an email titled “Thank you” and featured the following article:

7. Thank you for dropping by

If you participated in a trade show or other type of expo, be sure to send out a newsletter to those who dropped by your booth.

You might want to slip in a photo as well, as this will jog people’s memory faster.

Also, you can use this Thank you email for those who dropped by your cafe or restaurant, as in the example below:

8. Thanks – here’s an offer for you

Let’s say that you posted an awesome content upgrade that many people signed up for.

Now, these users were 100% engaged to get the upgrade.

Once they did, though, their engagement plummeted.

So, to grow that lead organically while there’s still time, it’s best you try to engage them anew with a tempting offer.

Make sure you send them a “Thank you for downloading our Black Friday cheat sheet” email.

Then, follow it up with a “Thanks – here’s an offer on our Black Friday growth hacking course!”

9. Thanks for the referral

Word of mouth is arguably one of the most powerful ways to promote a business.

And cost-efficient, for that matter.

Now, you can track which users referred their friends to you and grant them both a discount or other reward.

10. Thanks for shopping/ for your order

Arguably, one of the most common Thank you emails is the one that reaches users right after they purchase.

To such an extent is this type of Thank you email common, that even customers expect to receive one.

And with Thank you emails claiming their spot among users’ perception, you can’t afford to fall behind.

In customer relationship matters, you are not competing against same-industry businesses.

You are competing against everyone out there in the market, doing things, selling, growing.

You need your business to be among those which drive changes, not the ones driven by change.

And this is becoming an increasingly easy task with email marketing automations.


11. Thanks for being part of our community/ anniversary

Whether this is your company’s two-year anniversary or simply a random day (or Thanksgiving!) share your gratitude with your community.

This is an email that is not intended to make you any money.

Bear in mind that not everything you do has to bring money back.

There is a great range of benefits your actions can harvest which are not expressed in dollars.

There’s a lot more currencies out there.

One of these, and a far-reaching one, is that of brand loyalty.

As you grow bigger, you want your audience to grow with you, not out of you.

It’s the little things that you share with your audience that help you build a relationship with them.

It’s no different than it would be in real life.

You still own a business, you still sell to real people, only the environment changes.

And since you can’t treat them to a slice of cake on the anniversary day, send them a sweet offer or other giveaway that should please them!

If your business is making a change, make sure you communicate that across your audience.

This would also work for charities and NGOs which could communicate what they have accomplished within X amount of time.

12. Thanks for your support

Your business held this major event for the first time, or organized an avant-garde exhibition of sorts.

You reached out to your followers and they were there for you.

Now, you are thanking these special people in your own way for the support and trust they put in you.

13. Thanks for your feedback

Sending out customer happiness surveys regularly is a good practice for every business.

This enables them to get a good understanding of their users’ experience with the brand and make improvements accordingly.

You can ask your users for feedback on their website navigation experience, online shopping experience.

Additionally, you could ask how their experience was with the available payment options, after-sales service, customer support, or fast delivery.

When it comes to actually getting feedback, nothing should be taken for granted.

You should not expect frustrated users to go into the trouble of articulating their stress with your business.

However, those who do articulate it, should be hearing back from you.

Set this type of automated Thank you email to go out as soon as they click “Submit” on your questionnaire.

Then, design the proper follow-up for every feedback case, whether personalized or automated.

14. Thank you for always reading our emails

There are all sorts of engaged users out there, so why not try to reward more of them?

There’s a percentage of people who swear by you, always read your email, always engage with the content you send out.

Why not get back to them for a change?

If having your emails read is important to your business, then make sure you thank them all!

Of course, keeping track of these actions manually and consistently is unfeasible.

So how about setting up a Loyalty sequence?

A loyalty sequence is an automation that keeps track of a specific action (e.g. email opens). Once the count reaches your designated mark (e.g. 10 email opens in the past 30 days),

the users who satisfy your criteria get this Thank you email.

15. Thank you for checking us out/ keeping an eye on us

Similar to the aforementioned type, you can set up an automation to reward frequent visitors to your website or a specific product category.

This email could also come with a special discount coupon for their first purchase.

As a result, you can increase your chances of conversions and keep your open rates growing uninterrupted!

To do this, simply customize the Loyalty sequence template in your Moosend account to keep track of  times your users browsed a specific page, any page, a product category on your site, and so on!

16. Thank you for choosing us

There are a plethora of viable alternatives out there in literally every industry and service or product.

Thus, sending out a “Thank you for choosing us” email is not to be overlooked.

But just because they chose you this time, does not mean they are not considering other options.

To protect your users from experiencing any kind of cognitive dissonance in the future, use this email to highlight the benefits of using your service or product.

More specifically, cognitive dissonance is explained as discomfort resulting from two clashing beliefs.

By sending out a benefit-oriented email, including, say, a price match guarantee, your customers rest assured that they can trust you with their shopping.

And there is no shorter way to referrals, other than word-of-mouth!

17. Thank you for booking

In the case of transport companies, booking is not the same as traveling.

You see, a booking is subject to change, therefore the actual trip might or might not take place.

Instead of having to wait until after your trip has taken place, what better occasion to thank your customers for choosing you other than the very moment they paid for their seats?

Use this type of Thank you email to provide your users with useful information for their flight/journey/trip, as well as check-in details, or cancellation and refund policies of the company.

This kind of convenience and user experience will reflect right back to your company!

18. Thanks for downloading

Those of you offering content upgrades on your website or blog, you might want to set up a “Thanks for downloading!” follow-up email to those who interacted with your content.

This will show users that their engagement with your page does not go unnoticed.

You might also want to keep track of their total number of downloads to send out exclusive or premium content, offer them additional discounts or access to offline events!

19. Thank you for attending the webinar

People signing up for your webinar or event is one thing, but attending it is another.

Most webinar platforms have this option built in: at the end of the webinar, an email goes out to everyone who activated their links.

Seize the opportunity to Thank them, maybe even quickly recap the content of the seminar, and share an email address where they can reach you for further feedback or questions.

Be there for your customers and be ready to interact at all times!

20. Thank you for your payment

Even in this time of tech-savviness and advancement, online payments –when not accompanied by a confirmation email– come with a certain feeling of unease.

But confirmation emails are boring. So why not dress your payment confirmation email up in a “Thank you for your payment” outfit?

This will turn the automated Thank you email into a case about the recipients themselves; the value returns to them.

They are being thanked, rewarded for something that they did – which really was of benefit to you, too.

21. Thank you for registering your product

Another opportunity to reach out to your customers is when they register the product they purchased from you.

Connecting a product with your database is important, especially if more of your promotional or other actions rely on it, too.

This also makes a great

22. Thank you for applying to join […]

Imagine that you are holding a contest for a very special event, with only a few people getting in.

Or that you run a private club or group that only approves certain customer requests to join.

To avoid the implications a negative reply could have on brand perception and public image, you should always make sure you send a “Thank you for applying to join…” email.

Particularly for events which are on a first-come, first served basis, this type of Thank you email is rather indispensable.

23. Thank you for traveling with us

The equivalent of “Thank you for traveling with us” in everyday life is “Thank you for shopping”.

This could be used by transport services such as Uber, airline companies, trains or passenger ship companies, at the end of the trip.

In other words, transport companies could send out an automated Thank you email with a “We look forward to welcoming you on board” line.

Additionally, they could complement this email with a discount coupon for their next purchase, or a referral link to share with a friend of theirs.

24. Thank you for your contributions


Companies which rely on user-generated content need to keep users inspired.

Therefore, they employ positive reinforcement among their users through the timely use of automated Thank you emails.

By rewarding positive user behavior, these companies manage to see it repeat itself in the future.

The Pavlovian theory (i.e. classical conditioning) has proven that applauding behavior serves as a motivation for the behavior to recur.

25. Thank you later email

This particular email is slightly different, but we don’t see how it would not be a good fit.

Instead of thanking your subscribers, spark up excitement.

Let them know right from the subject line that they will be thanking you in a little while!

All you have to do is make sure that the content you are sending out is carefully targeted and focused on the segment’s preferences.


That concludes our massive list of thank you email suggestions you can use today!

You can easily set up those with Moosend, and do not forget that we have a FREE forever plan where you can test all those thank you emails!

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Thank you for understanding” automatically makes me think I’m being let down. Someone could hand me an ice cream cone and say, “Thanks for understanding,” and I’d likely stand there waiting for the boom to be lowered while my cone sadly melted.

Often, this phrase isn’t a bad omen at all -- simply one that’s overused and misunderstood.And, if you’re in sales, it’s important to be a student of language to ensure your communication is never weighed down by a poor turn of phrase or easy platitude.

So, instead of reaching for your trusty “Thanks for understanding,” here are a few alternatives -- along with when and how you’d use them.

Better Ways to Say, “Thank You for Understanding”

1. Thanks for your comprehension

This is actually a helpful phrase when communicating with English speakers for whom English is not their primary language. “Thank you for your comprehension” translates in a cleaner, more coherent way for many non-native English speakers.


“Thank you so much for all your support during my placement. You have been Good luck with your work in the future you have been a great practice educator.

199 Phrases for Saying Thank You in Any Situation 😉✅

Saying thank you is a simple and often overlooked way to show someone how much they mean to you. The gesture is made even more special when you’ve taken the time to include a small gift and handwrite a nice message in order to express your gratitude.

We’ve shared some of our favorite ways to say thank you that are sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.

To say thank you for a thoughtful gift

Did you just have a birthday, wedding or baby shower and want to thank your party guests for showering you with gifts? A thoughtful note is a great way to share your gratitude. Make the sentiment really special by telling them specifically how they’ve brightened your day. Don’t be afraid to have some fun or admit how excited you are to use their gift!

Start your letter with one of these sentiments:

  • I just wanted to write to say thanks a bunch for the gift!
  • Thank you for the beautiful blouse, I can’t wait to wear it this weekend.
  • Thank you for coming to my birthday party, it was more special getting to celebrate with you.
  • The new picture frame will look perfect in my college dorm room, thank you!
  • This is exactly what I’ve been wanting, thank you so much for getting it for me.
  • Thank you for the gift card, it will help me get everything I need for my upcoming move.
  • The coffee mug you sent is so me. Thank you for making my mornings brighter.
  • I’m so grateful for the housewarming gift you sent, our place is one step closer to feeling like home because of it.
  • I know you spent a lot of time picking out the perfect gift for me and I feel blessed to have such a thoughtful friend in my life.

To express your gratitude for a kind deed

Whether a friend, family member or stranger has gone out of their way for you, surprise them with a small gift to show that their kind deed didn’t go unnoticed! A candle or incense are both inexpensive options to add to your thank you note for a little something extra.

You can customize one of these for your situation:

  • I can’t even begin to explain how much your help meant to me.
  • Thank you for always stepping in to help when I need you most.
  • Thank you for taking the time to help me, it really meant a lot.
  • Thank you for sharing your home with me, I had such a great time catching up.
  • My stomach (and I) want to thank you for that delicious meal.
  • You made me feel so at home that I forgot I wasn’t! Thank you for having me.
  • Thank you for putting a roof over my head this weekend, it was so kind to invite me into your home.
  • Thank you for hosting my event, my day just wouldn’t have been the same without you!
  • Thank you for the raving letter of recommendation, I can’t wait to start my new job.

To tell a friend “thank you for being you”

They are your partner in crime and have your back no matter what. Let your bestie know how much they mean to you by putting together a gift basket that’s just for them. Customize it with their favorite drink, a gift card to that boutique they always talk about, or items like bubble bath, an eye mask and slippers for a relaxing night in. Play with silly puns or recount your favorite memory with them to show how much their friendship means to you.

Here are some other ways to let a friend know how great they are:

  • Have a drink on me.
  • You’re a peach! Thanks for your help.
  • Where would I be without a friend like you?
  • What you did for me was kind of a big deal. Thank you.
  • How did you become so wise? Thanks again for all of your advice.
  • You are my angel, thank you for your kindness and compassion.
  • You know all my secrets and weird quirks, yet you’re still my bestie. Thank you.
  • I don’t say it enough, but I just wanted to say thank you for always having my back.
  • Do you have to train to be so amazing? Because you are definitely the best friend anyone could ask for!
  • You’re my partner in crime, thanks for always supporting my crazy ideas!
  • You are a ray of sunshine to me and everyone else around. Thank you for brightening my day!
  • Words can’t even express my thanks, but I hope this gift will help show you how grateful I am for a friend like you.
  • Thank you for helping me through that difficult time. If you ever need a shoulder to cry on, I have two for you.

To say thank you to your significant other

Do you have a spouse or significant other that is always surprising you with kind acts? Take the time to tell them how much you love them by baking a sweet treat or buying them their favorite dessert. Add a short note with three reasons why they are amazing and watch their smile light up the room.

Get inspired to tell your sweetie how much you love them with one of these kind thoughts:

  • I appreciate you.
  • I’d be lost without you.
  • You make my heart smile.
  • Thank you for being my superhero!
  • How can I make your day amazing?
  • How did I get so lucky? I’m so grateful you choose to be with me.
  • I have a big bear hug waiting for you the next time I see you!
  • You’re the sweetest! Thank you for everything you do!
  • I already made dinner tonight, thank you for being so wonderful.
  • When I think about things I’m grateful for, you are always on the list.
  • It’s a rare thing to find someone as generous and kind as you. Thank you.
  • Thank you for supporting my dreams, no matter what. I couldn’t ask for a better partner.
  • Just when I thought I couldn’t love you more, you did that. Thank you for being so amazing!

To say thank you to your boss or colleague for their support

There are a few different moments when it’s appropriate to take the time to tell your boss or colleagues how much you appreciate them and their work. Maybe you just finished a project that you know you couldn’t have done without a co-worker’s expertise or your manager just lent valuable advice. Say thank you by giving some savory snacks to the person that needs a mid-afternoon pick me up or a new coffee mug to the early riser.

Here are a few ideas for telling someone that you are grateful for their contributions:

  • Thank you for helping me with this project.
  • Thanks again for meeting with me today.
  • Thank you for taking the time to explain this.
  • Thank you for leading by example.
  • Thank you for being such a great leader. The other team members and I are really inspired by your actions.
  • I truly enjoy being a part of your team.
  • Thank you for being such an inspiration to me and others around you.
  • Thank you for entrusting me with this project.
  • I appreciate your dedication.
  • Thank you for sharing your honest feedback about the project.
  • We are grateful for your dedication to the team and company.
  • Thank you for making this such an awesome place to work every day!
  • Thank you for having confidence in my abilities.
  • I really appreciate your flexibility and willingness to work with me on this.
  • Thank you for the opportunity to work here. I will do my very best to exceed your expectations of my abilities.
  • Thank you for your email, it was really appreciated.
  • Thanks for your attention on the matter.
  • I want to express my gratitude for everything that you’ve helped me achieve here.
  • I appreciate you considering me for this position. I look forward to hearing from you.
  • Thank you for sharing your opinion. I value your honesty and will respond as quickly as possible.
  • Thank you for always going above and beyond to ensure the success of a project.
  • I appreciate your hard work and want you to know it doesn’t go unnoticed.

Other ways to say thank you in any occasion

The great thing about saying thank you, is that it just needs to be sincere to matter. For those times where a simple, heartfelt reminder of your gratitude is all that’s needed, these will do the trick:

  • I appreciate what you did.
  • Thank you for thinking of me.
  • Thank you for your time today.
  • I value and respect your opinion.
  • I am so thankful for what you did.
  • I wanted to take the time to thank you.
  • I really appreciate your help. Thank you.
  • Your kind words warmed my heart.
  • I just want to say thanks for helping me with my project.
  • It was so nice to hear from you. Thank you for reaching out.
  • Thanks a lot for your help – I couldn’t have done it without you!

If you really want to make someone’s day, include a gift basket or some tasty treats that you picked out just for them to enjoy. No matter how you say it or what gift you surprise someone with, they are sure to appreciate your gratitude.

Click here to download our free printables that will give you nine great ways to say thank you, like with a gift tag or coffee sleeve!

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