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Unformatted text preview: Quiz on Modules 28-29 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Write a _________ letter when you know that the company is hiring. ________________________________________ 2. When you want to work for an organization that has not announced openings, you should write a _________ letter. ________________________________________ 3. In a prospecting letter, create a _________ between the attention-getter and your qualifications. ________________________________________ 4. If you have several important qualifications for a job, you can summarize them in the order in which you plan to discuss them in a _________ sentence or paragraph. ________________________________________ 5. A cross between a traditional job application letter and a résumé is called a _________. ________________________________________ 6. The primary purpose of a job application letter is to A. Get you the job. B. Get you an interview. C. Get you noticed. D. Get you a referral. E. None of the above. 7. In your job application letter, focus on all of the following EXCEPT A. Major requirements for the job. B. Minor requirements for the job....
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2008 for the course BUSI 304 taught by Professor Williams during the Summer '08 term at Charleston Southern University.
- Summer '08