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Similarly, suggested sending a staff together with the CV cover letter, unless the announcement specifically to send only the latter. The cover letter should be brief and should circumscribe the requirements to be mentioned in the announcement and explain briefly that it meets them. Equally, it should be mentioned the publication in which saw the announcement and the date. This helps the employer to know what are the ads that attract. Also provide a record of this information to you (since you must keep a copy of the letter of introduction). Some free online classifieds require to indicate the wage claims. However, common sense dictates that you should never mention salary before the interview and even, in that moment, you should treat the employer mentions a figure first.

Despite this, if the ad requires that you point to a salary and is not mentioned, they could remove it as a possible candidate. What do? There are several options and you must choose which makes more sense in each case. For example, can recognize the requirement, but refuse to indicate a figure, and, instead, say something like: the salary required will depend on the scope of responsibilities and the overall compensation package; or simply: salary to negotiate. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Steve Wozniak. Finally, it can protect indicating a salary range along with the word depending on. In general, the response to an advertisement should be immediate.

I.e. you should send the resume and the cover letter as soon as possible, since, given the large number of curriculum companies, they receive as response to their ads, it is possible to even see anyone coming after some point, which may be a specified number of days after having appeared the announcement, or when the mountain of resumes reaches certain height. In any case, the more soon will send curriculum, better. Bring a record of responses to ads. For this reason, a copy of all letters of presentation, should be preserved because each one will be different. Other printed sources of information about jobs in addition to national newspapers, trade publications that a good source of classified ads for jobs is also exist. If you do not know the names of the principal publications of this type within your industry, a trade union or professional association can orient it. In fact, these journals and Gazettes are usually published by trade union organizations. The financial section of the newspaper is also a valuable source of information about jobs. It is recommended to read it regularly. Many newspapers published special financial sections expanded Monday. You should seek, in addition, news companies in growth, new companies will be moving close and other signs of potential employment opportunities. Finally, it is appropriate to review it yellow pages of the local telephone directory, as it provides an inventory, at first sight, of companies within your industry that do business in the area.