This question is about thank you for your time.
Instead of "Thank you for your time," you can write, "Thank you for the opportunity to interview." This can come across as more conversational than "Thank you for your time," making your note more personable. Being specific carries more weight in a thank-you note than a general phrase does.
If you aren't writing to say thank you after an interview, there are a variety of other ways to phrase your thanks:
Thank you for the lead on an available job.
Thank you for your consideration.
Thank you for your help.
Thank you for your advice.
Thank you for your recommendation.
The appropriate phrasing will always depend on the situation, so use your best judgment on what fits with the scenario and the tone of your interaction with the recipient.
There may be situations where none of these phrases are appropriate, such as when a colleague helps you with a project or a more experienced professional has been mentoring you for a long time.
In these cases, it's best to be even more conversational, saying something like, "Thank you for all the time and effort you put into helping me finish [name of the project] the other day," or "Thank you for taking the time to talk through my career goals with me, I value your opinion and insight."