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An acceptance letter is a document of confirmation that a person sends to a recruiter saying that they accept the job offer or invitation. The acceptance letter can also be used in college or university internships. You should thank the recruiter for accepting you into the company and you should also state that you look forward to working with them. An acceptance letter is best made with a template.
The acceptance letter is a formal way of letting the recruiter know that you consider the job offer. In addition, this is also an act of professionalism because you won’t also leave them hanging. The letter should be kept concise as well. Take a look at Template.net’s printable acceptance letter templates. These sample templates are editable through the website’s user-friendly editor tool. Just click your chosen template and you will be taken to the editor tool. However, you can also edit these templates through various file formats such as Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, Google Docs, and Apple Pages. You will be required to sign up for a membership before you can download the template.
According to NACE, in 2018, of all the college graduates who interviewed for a position, 45.6% of them received a job offer. Employers stated an acceptance rate of 68.2%, a decrease from the 2017’s 71.8%. The apparent decrease is a determinant of an improving hiring market. The interval from the interview to the job offer was slightly less at 23.6 days. For the candidates who received a job offer, employers provided a time window of 14 days for acceptance.