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General recommendations

Before applying for a job, try to find out what the employer needs. A good way is to look at his website. In writing as in speaking, present your skills and experience, selecting the skills the employer could be interested in. Never lie.
Remember that the only things the employer will first know about you are what you’ll send him. For instance, if you forget to send him some of the documents or information he required, he will conclude you’re careless.

Documents to provide

It′s usually better to send the needed document by internet. You have to give your C.V. (“curriculum vitae”) and a covering letter. If you′re a student or if you′ve just graduated, it can be a good idea to send also your marks of the present and past year. If you apply for a flexible part-time job, you can also provide your free time schedule. If the employer uses the software OpenOffice.org, he′ll appreciate you send files in OpenOffice.org format. If you have a good internet connection, you can download OpenOffice.org for free from OpenOffice.org, and install it on the computer you use. Since many employers still don′t use OpenOffice.org, you can use one of the following formats, or send every document in 2 different formats (OpenOffice.org plus a more popular one): simple text, R.T.F., HTML or XHTML formats, as well as simple mails.

In your CV don′t forget to specify your family name, gender, year of birth, home address, home and mobile phone numbers, language and computer knowledge, typing ability, and other skills (even if you didn′t developed them at school!). If you′ve worked, add on your CV a reference (name + phone number) for each of the places you′ve recently worked in.

In your covering letter explain briefly why you′d like to work with the company.

Receive the answer

Of course, after you've sent a mail, you have to check regularly your electronic mailbox to get the answer.

Meeting the employer

After the employer will have received your CV, if he/she is interested by you, he will probably convoke you for an interview, and maybe test you. He′ll probably be interested by your English language skill. At the beginning, he may sign with you a short-term contract, to see how you work.


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