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Guidelines to Write an Email for Job Application

Read through to know what you need to apply for a job via email.
Three things are necessary when submitting an email application: a specific subject line; a body explaining who you are, your qualifications, and your interest in the position; and attachments.
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Abbreviated Cover Letter
If you decide to include your cover letter, think about condensing it in the email body so the hiring manager or recruiter can get a better idea of your background and qualifications.
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Full Cover Letter
You can copy and paste your cover letter into the body of your email rather than attaching it. This option makes your email body serve as your whole cover letter.
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Job Description
It’s important to review the job description and take note of requested attachments, such as whether you should submit your materials as PDFs or another file extension.
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Important Attachments
The important attachments one should keep in mail for job application are resume, cover letter, and portfolio samples
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Concise Subject Line
Hiring managers are busy individuals who receive several emails with resumes. It would be helpful to write a concise and clear subject line. The format you can use is "Your Name—Application for [Job Title]".
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