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Employment Letters

Types of employment letters 1)letter of application 2)letters to various persons requesting permission to give their names as references 3)follow-up letter to thanks an interviewer and to reemphasize your qualifications 4)letter accepting/refusing/resigning position 5) thanks helper
Accaplication letter's main purpose is to transmit the resume and to supplement it with personal sales message, summarize statement of your qualificationjs
Body of the paper should support statements in the opening paragraph. Emphasize the highlights of your educational background and work experience that relates to the job. Indicate why you want to work in the company
Conclusion of the letter tells the reader what you wish he would do. You may want to request an interview
employers likes to have information regarding the character, training, experience, and work habits of job applicants
Created by: Tiffastic