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Career Advice

Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

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Writing resume letter - Job Seeker 'Netiquette'

No Viruses!  Make sure your virus protection software is updated. An employer will not respond positively if you send them a virus.

Send your references later. They will ask for your references later if and when you get past the interview stage.

DON'T SHOUT. Do not use ALL CAPS since no one likes being shouted at.

Send a Cover Letter.  Employers do read them but keep them short and specific to the employer and their posting.

One application is enough.  Don't keep sending your resume. (But resending it is ok after 90 days or if there has been a major change on the resume).

Follow Instructions.  When writing a resume, 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 they?"

Use Word or PDF format when emailing your resume. You have no chance if the employer can't open your resume.






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