I'm going to second alstro's advice. If you can send a follow-up email, it will give you a chance to not only thank them for their time, but also to emphasize any points you want to make about why you're a good fit for the position. Possibly even why the gap could work to their advantage.I landed the job I have now a little over 4 years ago. At an appreciation dinner in April, I had the opportunity to talk about all the changes our office had been through in the past 18 months. My former boss was in attendance. I pointed out how excited I had been to get the job and mentioned that I had even sent a follow-up email to him expanding on why I was the right person for it. He smiled at me from the audience and said "And that's what put you over the top"LWW
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