Have you ever submitted an application and not received feedback? This is probably why;

This article does not address the entire recruiting process. It only explains how a person’s application should represent him/her before the recruitment team/HR person. This also covers necessary pointers on how to tailor the content of your cover letter, your résumé and other relevant documents you may need to send to an organization.

People tend to forget that their application is the first impression to a potential employer before physical contact. A minimal decision is usually made when your application is received which can either make or mar your chances.

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Here are simple basic rules for sending an application

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Abide by these rules and with a little bit of luck, you’ll be on your way to beat the odds.