Applying for a job is hard enough, but when you have to do everything via email, it can seem completely impossible. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. In this article, we’ll show you the do’s and don’ts of emailing your resume. Following these simple tips will help ensure your resume stands out from the crowd and gets the attention it deserves.
How to format an email to send your CV?
When you’re ready send a CV by email, it is important to format the email correctly. Here are a few tips :
– Send an email to a specific person, if you know who it is.
– Keep the subject line clear and concise, noting that this is an application for a specific role.
– Start the email with a brief introduction, highlighting your relevant experience and skills.
– Format your CV as a PDF (or Word document) and attach it to an email.
– Be sure to include your contact details, in case the recipient wants to contact you.
– Check everything before hitting send!
What should you include in the body of your email?
When emailing your resume, the body of the email is just as important as the resume itself. After all, this is your chance to sell yourself and explain why you’re the right candidate for the job.
Here are some things to include in the body of your email:
-Your name and contact details
-The job you are applying for and where you saw it advertised
-Why are you interested in this position?
– What makes you the best candidate for the position
-How can I contact you
How to attach your CV to an email?
When you are ready to email your resume, you will need to attach it in PDF or Word format.
– Use a professional email address
– In the subject line, write “CV for [vị trí]»
– In the body of the email, write a brief introduction and attach your CV
– Use a personal email address
– Write something other than “CV for [vị trí]” in the subject line
– Write more than one paragraph in the body of the email
What are the tips to follow after sending your CV?
Now that you’ve submitted your resume, it’s time to move on to the waiting game. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do in the meantime. Here are some tips to follow after sending your CV:
First, monitor your inbox. If you don’t receive a response within a week, send a polite email to the recruiter or hiring manager, introducing yourself and asking about the status of your application.
Be sure to keep your tone upbeat, upbeat and professional. Send it as a copy by email so that you have a record of it.
If you still do not have an answer, do not hesitate to contact us again. But this time, be a little more persistent and make sure you give a specific deadline for getting back to you.
Whatever you do, do not call or visit the business directly. This will only annoy them (and probably won’t get you very far).