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ดาวน์โหลดตัวอย่างจดหมายปะหน้าของเราได้ฟรี: ด้วยกระบวนการจ้างงานในทุกวันนี้ นายหน้ามีจดหมายปะหน้าหลายพันฉบับท่วมท้น การพยายามกลั่นกรองสิ่งเหล่านี้ทั้งหมดอาจเป็นกระบวนการที่น่ากลัว ยิ่งไปกว่านั้น จดหมายสมัครงานส่วนใหญ่จะเป็นแบบทั่วไปและไม่ได้บอกอะไรเกี่ยวกับตัวคุณกับนายหน้า แต่มีสองสิ่งที่นายหน้าไม่สามารถยืนได้จริงๆ เมื่อพูดถึงจดหมายสมัครงาน ผู้เชี่ยวชาญด้านอาชีพและผู้ก่อตั้ง Work It Daily JT O’Donnell จะมาแชร์ว่าสิ่งเหล่านี้คืออะไรและทำไมคุณควรหยุดทำตอนนี้… #1: To Whom It May Concern # 2: สรุปประวัติย่อของคุณ __________________________________________ เรียนรู้วิธีเขียนจดหมายสมัครงานที่นายหน้าจะชอบ: ต้องการได้ยินข้อผิดพลาดทั้ง 8 ข้อที่คุณทำเมื่อสมัครงานออนไลน์หรือไม่? คลิกลิงก์นี้และเข้าถึงบทช่วยสอนฟรีของ JT เกี่ยวกับสิ่งที่ต้องใช้เพื่อขจัดอุปสรรคในการหางาน: และหากคุณต้องการให้ JT และทีมของเธอช่วยให้คุณกลายเป็นผู้เชี่ยวชาญในการสัมภาษณ์ การเจรจาต่อรอง และอื่นๆ คุณจำเป็นต้องตรวจสอบ . แพลตฟอร์มสนับสนุนอาชีพของเรา ต้องการเรียนรู้เพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับการสมัครสมาชิกพรีเมียมราคาไม่แพงของเราหรือไม่ ไปที่นี่: ติดตามการทำงานทุกวัน: #CoverLetter #CoverLetterTips #JobSearchTips

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2 Things Recruiters HATE To Read On Cover Letters

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  1. YES,WELL ,SOUND REALLY GOOD,BUT… WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER FROM COUNTRIS WHO DO NOT USE COVER LETTERS AND HAVE TO WRITE DOWN ONE? FOR MANY OF US " TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" IS A VERY RESPECTUL FORM TO SAY THAT YOU ARE TRYING TO CATHE THIER ATTENTION,BUT,I JUST DO NOT KNOW,I AM TRYING TO WRITE A COVER LETTER BECAUSE I WANT TO WORK IN CANADA,BUT I GOT STUCK, IN THE SUMMARY PART,THE SKILLS, AND THE GOALS. IN LATIN AMERICA WE DON'T USE COVER LETTERS,WE USE CV,AND YOU HAVE TO WRITE DOWN ALL YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION,SKILLS,WORKS WITH DATES,ADDRESSES,NAMES OF YOUR FORMER BOSSES,REFERENCES,3 AT LEAST, WHY DID YOU QUIT OR LEAVE THAT JOB,A PHOTO OF YOUR SELF,NAME YOUR PARENTS,SOME PLACES ASKING YOU YOUR PARENTS NAMES,PROFESSION,IF YOU HAVE CHILDRENS AND NAMES,THAT SUCKS RIGHT? BUT WE GOT USED THAT WAY,AND NOW CHANGING TO THIS IT'S COMPLICATED. BUT I AM STILL TRYING.

  2. Hi. Please, help. I want to apply for office management assistant or administrative assistant but don't really know how to go about it because I have experience in a variety of field. Thanks

  3. Writing a cover letter is exhausting and frustrating especially when you suffer from low self esteem and more when you don't know your potential. I don't know what to put in it.

  4. Went to this video and was like “okay let’s make sure I don’t have any of these”
    First thing: don’t have to whom it may concern
    Me: 😳 oooooh okay let’s change that

  5. Why would you call a stranger Dear…? Maybe Esteemed… or something else. Dear, sounds pathetic and subservient when applying for a job. Dear is for family and friends.

  6. In your opinion, when you send the e-mail with resume and cover letter in the cover letter it must be written that you intend to come to Canada through a Working Holiday Visa or work permit or better not to leave anything written?

  7. Cover letters are a waste of time because then on the interview they ask you everything again! And surely recruiters doesn't have time to read cover letters..they barely can look at CVs 🤷🏾‍♀️
    For me it's just more burocracy and waste of time

  8. I find it hard maintaining motivation to write letters begging for a job that is gonna underpay me, especially given the condition the condition of the world. It seems useless some days.

  9. Interviews and professionalism is fake and these videos are not helpful for someone who doesn’t know how to express themselves with zero examples

  10. I'm 59 and have worked for over 40 years
    The worst part for me is having to rewrite a CV for the many hundreds of companies (or in most cases, an employment agency, not knowing the actual end client)
    one of my CV's is 12 pages long, but I like to only send one two pages long.
    I have to 'dumb down' most of my career, because too often, I get told I'm over qualified, or if I chase them through, I'm asked why I'm going for a position that I used to manage for…
    I've managed to get about 30 years of my career down to 2 or 3 lines.
    About half of the last 20 years have been in contracting (many companies, short term)

  11. Any job that requires a cover letter to get is not a good job.
    You are telling them that they are doing you a favor by hiring you while you are the one offering a service.

  12. Cover letters do not matter.
    Make recruiters work for you.
    Do not bend over backwards to get a job or you will only tell them that you aren't as qualified and you end up making less.

    Your time is valuable. Do not waste it on cover letters. If a job needs one, the job isn't worth it.

  13. J.T., the biggest challenge on writing a cover letter is trying to match my tone (enthusiasm, knowledge, etc…) versus the reader. I don't want to come off as a know-it-all & not humble, but at the same time I don't want to seem over excited and not genuine. That's for your post J.T. & WID.

  14. I do not enjoy the cover letter process either, but understand their importance. In the past, I have carefully crafted this letter, and tailored my resume to hopefully get past the ATS screening. I have always wondered if these letters were actually read by somebody. Or if there is just a random check box noting a cover letter has been sent. What few times I have been lucky to be interviewed in the past, their has been no mention of my cover letter. Recruiters should truly give applicants with a cover letter preference in interview selection.

  15. Least favorite part? Taking the time and energy to really try and speak to the employer, cover letter or otherwise, only to get no response at all. Then, learning what to do and what not to do through content like this, repeat the application process 500 times (seriously) with this new 'technique', to get either no response, bad management, or employers who don't realize that you can't put your life on hold for 3 months waiting on them to make a decision: ESPECIALLY, if you live in California.

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