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five important things you need to know when writing a job application.

A Application letter. is a document that is often read before any other document attached to the job application.  It is advisable that a letter of apology be prepared carefully, and try to briefly touch on the personal details of the personal profile to impress the prospective employer.

 In keeping with the general principles of formal office correspondence, such as where the author's address, correspondent, date, signature, and so on, the following are important factors to consider when writing a job application:

 1. Understanding the subject (letter)

 Make sure the headline is self-sufficient.  Use words that refer to a specific space that is clearly asked to help the reader know what you want.  It is important to use words that are clear and easily understood to understand that the recipient sometimes does not have time to think about what you have written.

 For example,


 There it is known what you want directly.

 2. Show where you got the job information you are applying for

 After you are satisfied with the headline, it is important that the sentence that begins at the bottom of it, go back to the date of the job announcement you are applying for as well as the reference number as available or explain how you felt the vacancy occurred.

 For example, "Refer to your advert for job number XXX in the Tanzanian newspaper on August 24, 2014."

 Some like to write unnecessary sentences like, "Head over the top for you".  It's just a practice but you don't have to start that way.

 3. Say clearly you are applying for a job

 After saying when you received the job information, use the following sentence to explain your intention to apply for the job.  Remember the letter reader does not have time to read most of your information, it is important to write everything briefly and clearly.

 For example, "I am writing this letter to apply for an Accounting job at your company / organization / institution as directed in the advertisement I mentioned."

 4. Match work responsibilities with your skills

 What follows in the following paragraphs is to show how you can handle the responsibilities mentioned in the advertisement by matching them with the skills and qualifications you have and the work experience you have.  Often the job responsibilities are highlighted in the job advertisement so it is very important to indicate how you fulfill those responsibilities directly.

 You have a job to match the job responsibilities you are applying to the qualifications you have.  PICTURE @www
 If those roles are not reflected in the job announcement, it is best to do some research to determine those roles.  The employer hopes you will do your research well before you write the letter.

 For example, "I am able to keep accurate accounting records for your company, because, besides studying for an Accounting Certificate at Buguruni College of Accounting, I have 13 months of volunteer work in accounting at Company XXX.  financially managing the Internet so I can afford those responsibilities accordingly. "

 5. Conclude with accuracy and fluency

 It is good to conclude your letter by showing how you are fit for the job you are applying for.  Careful choice of words will give you extra marks to show that you know how to communicate well.  No employer would want to hire someone who does not know how to express themselves properly.

 For example, you might say that you first express your sincere gratitude and express that you are ready to be interviewed.  You may end by referring to the documents you attached together with the letter.

 Things to avoid

 When writing an important letter as a work, use words that create a calm, respectful and understanding person who can express his or her abilities well without showing undue pride.  Avoid using wordy, unassuming, subtle street words.

 You have no reason to mention the name of the recipient even if you know him.  Mention his title if necessary, but to use words like Brother, Dear Sir / Madam is more appropriate.

 Likewise, make sure the language you use is fluent, understandable and free of punctuation.  Avoid grammatical errors give a picture of negligence and laziness and can cost you even if they are really professional qualities you have.  Remember, not only professional qualifications are used to make hiring decisions or not.

 In addition, you do not need to identify yourself and provide unnecessary information that you mentioned in the profile you will attach.

 For example, it would be inappropriate to fill out a paper with the caption, "I am a 24-year-old boy born in the village of Kwa Mtoro District in Kondoa, Dodoma Region.  second class then ... I moved to Lomwe primary school, then I went .... and so on ".  This information is discouraging, and shows you have neither the creativity nor the means to communicate.

 Finally and importantly, it is a mistake to be tempted to give false information in an effort to create a positive image that does not exist.  Qualities you don't deserve, give up.  It will cost you.

 In conclusion, a job application letter is your attempt for the employer to show you how creative and capable you are to communicate effectively.  Take advantage of it.

 It is wise to understand that applying for a job is not getting a job.  It is part of a journey that sometimes takes a long time to find answers to your joy.  While waiting for a response, it is wise to engage in activities that can nurture and enhance you even if you have to volunteer for nothing.




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