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Sample Job Rejection Letter

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Cover letter for finance jobs should be precise and to the point. After going though the letter the employer should be in a position to shortlist the candidate in a few moments. The letter should clearly state what the candidate wish to convey and should not be too lengthy. The reason for writing the letter needs to be mentioned right in the beginning, preferably in the first paragraph of the letter.

Candidates need to be a bit cautions while drafting a job rejection cover letters. Although the letter is written for not accepting the offer made by the organization, it should end with a positive note and leave a good impact on the reader. It should mention the reason for not accepting the offer; although it is not necessary. For example, if the candidate is not comfortable to mention personal reasons, it can be avoided. The letter should be professional and should be courteous. The employer's time and consideration towards the candidate needs to be appreciated.

Given below are examples of job rejection letter for finance jobs. Candidates can use them as reference. They can also alter the letter and make necessary changes to it as per their preference.

Sample Job Rejection Letter

Jennifer S. Tran,
3867 Park Boulevard,
Haverhill, IA 50120,
(641)-475 3139.

Date: May 1, 2005.

Mr. James W. Morton,

Director of Finance
Super Stock Corporation 1676 Dancing Dove Lane,
New York, NY 10011.

Dear Mr. Smith,

After considerable thought, I have decided not to accept your offer of employment as outlined in your (date) letter. This has been a very difficult decision for me. However, I feel I have made the correct one at this point in my career.

Thank you for your time, effort, and consideration. Your confidence in me is sincerely appreciated.


Jennifer S. Tran.

Job Rejection Letter

Junior N. Roberts,
463 Roguski Road,
Shreveport, LA 71101,
(318)-349 5171.

August 27, 2011.

Mr. Billy E. Soule,

Director of Finance,
Doss Pvt. Ltd.,
1770 Wilkinson Street,
New Orleans, LA 71145.

Dear Mr. Soule,

I regret to inform you of my decision of not accepting the offer that you had placed for the post of an accounting analyst in your esteemed organization. I have been assigned a few new commitments at my present job, after studying the kind of work and efforts I put in the previous project.

I am afraid that I am not in a position to commit even for a future date as the new project that I recently received would end only after the next financial year i.e., March 2013. I am also required to travel to a few offices in different locations. Promotion to the next level is also on the list, if things go well as planned.

I hope immense success for your organization and I also hope that the company grows and attains new heights in the near future.

If ever our paths meet in future, we can definitely work together. I have great regard for your organization and the staff working there.

I appreciate the time and efforts taken by your company and yourself in the entire hiring process. I also thank you for considering me, and for the faith you have in me to choose me for this responsible position.

Junior N. Roberts.


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