Former recruitment agency experts answer
employment questions, candidly suggesting how to
negotiate your salary, find a really good job,
handle phone interviews, and more.
Sage advice like this is
|Resume Email Format - Tips
on emailing your resume
- Make sure your virus protection software is
updated. An employer will not view you positively
if you send them a virus with your emailed
- Send a cover letter. Employers do read
them - Just keep it short, and specific to the
employer and their posting.
- One application only. Don't keep sending your
resume. Remember it is way too easy to use
the delete button. But resending it after 90 days
is fine or even sooner if there is new
infomration that you just added to your resume.
- Follow Their instructions. Respond in the
manner in which the employer requests in their ad
or else the employer may think, "If they
can't follow instructions now, then when will
- Use a commonly used format like MS Word or PDF.
Your chances of getting a job go down if the
employer can't open your resume.
- It may be email but employers will still want
to see correct spelling, grammar, manners and