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Prominently at the top of each page of your resume As part of your letterhead In the body of your letter Under your name and signature
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I will wait to hear from you My direct line at work is (555) 765-4321 Or you may call me at home at (555) 456-7890 I I will await your response You may reach me at home (555-4567890) or at work (555-765-4321)
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I hope you will contact me in the very near future I am anxious to discuss the possibility of working together You ll find my address and telephone numbers listed below Because my current employer is unaware of my job search, I would appreciate it if you could contact me at home during the evenings at (555) 456-7890 Please feel free to call me evenings at my home or to leave a message on my answering machine My home number is (555) 456-7890 (My present employer is unaware of my job search) I ll contact your office shortly to see when we might meet I ll call your assistant on Wednesday of next week to set up a meeting I ll be in town throughout the month of December, and will contact you to schedule an appointment I ll give you a call on the 18th of this month to set up a meeting In the meantime, please feel free to contact me at (555) 765-4321 I will send my references to your office by messenger first thing tomorrow morning If there is anything else you need, please let me know My work number is 555-765-4321 You should receive my resume and recommendations by express mail tomorrow I will call your office in the early afternoon to verify that they have been delivered
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OPTIONAL STEP 4: CLOSE WARMLY
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The fourth and final section of your letter is the closing Unless your correspondence is a short, hard-hitting letter, you should generally add some final line before your Sincerely You might thank the reader for taking the time to read your letter or for considering you as a candidate The following sample closings will help you out in a variety of jobhunting situations, as will the many examples contained in the sample letters throughout this book Sample closings
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I look forward to hearing from you I look forward to meeting with you at your earliest convenience I thank you for your consideration Thank you for your interest I would welcome the opportunity to work with you I would welcome the opportunity to contribute my skills to your firm/team, and look forward to speaking with you soon
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HOW TO RESPOND TO SALARY QUERIES
Frequently, employment advertisements ask you to reveal your current salary, or your salary history Should you do it What you should not do is to ignore the question Prospective employers may assume that your salary requirements are too high to be realistic, or too low to admit They may assume that you feel above answering their queries, or that you are less than thorough in your efforts If they assume any one of these things, you re out of luck How should you handle this irksome issue An excellent strategy is that used by the author of Letter 5-1, written in response to an ad in a trade publication, which read Serious candidates will provide salary history This writer knew that the ad would generate a great deal of interest, and produce a multitude of responses He also realized that the employer would be looking for ways to reduce the number of candidates to a reasonable size, such as rejecting those who ignored the request for a dollar figure, rejecting those whose salary history was too low to indicate a sufficient degree of authority in past jobs, or rejecting those whose salary expectations were too high He believed that stating a specific figure could eliminate him immediately from consideration Furthermore, his primary goal in writing this Cover Letter was to secure an interview, during which he would have the opportunity to discuss benefits, perks, and other issues affecting salary As you ll see in the final paragraph of his letter, he effectively shapes a deal with his reader: If you give me what I want (an interview), I ll give you what you want (a salary discussion) In this way, he has not avoided the question of salary Instead, he used it to his advantage In fact, he was selected to be interviewed There are other options, as well You may simply state that salary is a negotiable issue for you, one that you will be happy to explore in an interview If you feel compelled to include a dollar figure, you may prefer to give a broad salary range, or state an amount that reflects your total compensation (some combination of salary, bonus, anticipated raise, incentives, benefits, and perks such as a car, expense accounts, and club memberships) Your industry may dictate the way in which you will calculate such a figure For instance, someone who works only three days each week might calculate what her salary would be if she worked five days A teacher might calculate what his annual salary would be if he earned it for 12 months rather than the 9 he actually teaches Whatever you decide, be sure you can substantiate it during the interview
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