With any applications, a jobseeker typically has the belief that more works better. Sending various project lists, a coverletter, a list of references, a resume, a CV…well you get the idea. And one of those documents a lot of people wonder about — the recommendation letter. Well allow me to send you a direct answer without carrying on too long: LONG ANSWER: No save them for the interview and hand in only if they compliment
During a time like COVID, it’s almost inconceivable to think about asking for a raise. In some cases, just keeping a job is a blessing. But what about the times when the boss asks if you wouldn’t mind staying productive, just at a lower rate? So, in just what situations does it make sense to accept a lower-paying job? If you want to embark on a new field. If you’re green coming into a new
Let me skip to the direct answer: yes. You are not legally bound by anyone to display your entire work history or experience. However, you can get terminated from employment if you lie on your application, so don’t add content that isn’t true. But eliminating content? Absolutely! In fact, sometimes it’s a strategy to help reduce a red flag or two. Maybe the job lasted for a week, a month, maybe even a year, but
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✉️ Quick #coverletter formula: -Contact Information- -Date- Dear Selection Committee: As a (Your Title or Targeted Title) Professional with early-career or multiple years of experience, I am an ideal candidate for the (Name of Role) position available with (Name of Company). Please accept my resume for your consideration. ✅ Paragraph 1: Summary of you and what you do that relates to the opening ✅ Paragraph 2: Why you’re a brand advocate and tell them what you