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More Q & A:
Q: Why do you save the cover
letter and resume together as one file?
A: We think of things from
the point of view of the recruiter. When you are applying for a
job the last thing you want to do is annoy the hiring managers.
You don't want to waste their time. It is easy to miss this
point because sending two files seems like such a small thing
but remember they are looking at many resumes a day and a bit of
wasted time multiplied over and over adds up quickly. For
example, let's say a hiring looks at 120 resumes a day.
Instead of opening up one file lets say everyone sends them
their resume and cover separately so they must now spend an
extra 30 seconds opening up, maybe printing, and then closing
the second file. So 120 X 30 seconds = 1 hours a day just spent
clicking away needlessly! For this reason we save the resume and
cover letter together. Now if you really want the files
separately that's ok but also consider that if that is all you
want changed then taking a minute to do it yourself is quicker
than spending 5 minutes writing us an email saying you want us
to do it for you and then waiting until we get back to you at
the end of the day.