Originally posted by john gabriele:
Quick things I immediately noticed.
-Address your cover letter to the actual person you already
talked to at the place, rather than dear Sir/Ma'm (ouch).
>>Thanks for the advice,i will keep that in mind the next time i send a cover letter.
-Under professional work exp., what was your job? where was it? (maybe you left this out b/c you were posting it here?)
Unless you come clean with the usual information in this section, it may look like you're trying to pull something over on the person reading it.
>>I worked as a Java Programmer in Pittsburgh in the IT department of Lenders Service.
-Whoa! You've got an MS? Put that up at the top.
Originally posted by rup desai:
Well i need advice on one more topic.I recently saw this job posting on a company website.So i called them up...but as usual I got the voice mail of the recruiter.I left her a message.
She hasnt called me back