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The Ultimate Job Search Letters Book: Write a Perfect Letter and Get That Job

 

 

The Ultimate Job Search Letters Book: Write a Perfect Letter and Get That Job

by  Martin John Yate

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Year 2003
ISBN No. 9780749440695
No.of pages 248
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Does your job search letter have what it takes? Will it get you that perfect job? How do you write an eye-catching letter anyway? From the author of the best-selling job-hunting book of all time, "Great Answers to Tough Interview Questions", comes the complete guide to creating the ultimate job search letter. Martin Yate, who is widely respected as the expert on all careers matters, describes how to create a compelling letter that will open the doors to job interviews and the offers you want. In his inspiring style, he covers all aspects of this crucial part of the job hunting process, such as how to: discover the words and phrases that will help your letter stand out from the crowd; customize your letters so that employers want to know more; write effective e-mail job applications; and learn how to demonstrate your job skills. "The Ultimate Job Search Letters Book" also contains well over 100 examples of letters and e-mails for every situation, such as responding to advertisements, speculative inquiries, networking, and accepting job offers. Now, you can make any employer want to hire you and turn the job of your dreams into a reality.

 

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