session 6 employment communication project by ruolin zhang

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Employment communication project Part 1: 1. Follow a standard business letter format. Use the good general salutations for the hiring manager’s name and make several calls to check his or her correct name and title. 2. Writing the opening. Tell the purpose in the opening sentence of a cover letter, and tell the way you know this job. 3. Demonstrate your knowledge for the company. Write an observation about the company, and prove you have done some homework. 4. Explain your current situation. Write down your truly current situation. 5. Explain why this job interests you. Tell the employers why the job interests you and let them know you have the initiative for the job. 6. Briefly elaborate on one or two key points to draw attention to your resume. Give one or two key points to interest the employers and give detailed information of your work history. 7. Don’t rehash your resume. In your resume, don’t repeat one point again and again. 8.
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