Ultimate Resume & Interview Package
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- Next Step 1 – “Seeking a New Job” Letter to Send to Family, Friends and Colleagues
When seeking a new job, it is important that you use the most efficient and effective means of getting re-employed. Our clients have found this Model Letter to be among the best of the ways. It shows you (i) what to say, (ii) how to say it, and even (iii) who to say it to. Includes “Follow Up Model” – to Send each 2-3 weeks. Highly recommended.
- New Job 1 – Cover Letter Submitting Your Resume
A simple, yet memorable and effective Cover Letter for submitting your resume to a prospective employer. Contains alternative clauses for various circumstances: responding to an advertisement; upon suggestion of a mutual acquaintance; upon request of a friend or mentor.
- New Job 2 – Thank You Letter after Interview; Later Follow Up
An elegant, brief, yet effective “Thank You” letter following a job interview. Intended to convey your strong interest in the position, and encourage a prompt call-back and eventual job offer. Includes a Follow Up letter for your use if you have not heard back within two weeks of interview.
- New Job 8 – 50 Good Reasons to Explain Your Last Departure
Our MOST POPULAR checklist. It’s often difficult to explain why you would leave your last job without having a new one lined up. Here are 50 Good Reasons to offer an interviewer or to put into a job application. Each is a substantive reason that anyone can understand, and few would question.
- New Job 10 – Model Response to Interviewer or Recruiter When Asked for Your Salary Expectation
Salary is not all that matters in a job offer. When you are asked for your salary expectations, it is wise to note that your expected salary may depend on other aspects of the job offer, including title, bonus, benefits, equity, whether you must sign a non-compete, etc. This Model Response shows you what to say, and how to say it. It can be spoken, or written, depending on the circumstances.
- New Job 11 – Thank You Letter after Rejection Received
Everyone has been turned down for a job, but very few people have the good sense, the savvy and the spirit of determination to send a “Thank You” note to interviewers after receiving notice of rejection. Why do so? For many good and compelling reasons, most of all because it often works to keep you in mind if the chosen candidate does not accept the job or does not work out, or if a new position opens up. Don’t get mad, don’t get sad . . . Get hired. And this can only increase your chances of that happening. Here’s “What to say, and how to say it.”™
- New Job 21 – 163-Point Master Guide and Checklist for Interviews
There’s a lot to remember to do, and to do right, in the interview process, from what to wear, what to bring with you, to what to say if you hear you did not get the job. This 163-Point Master Guide & Checklist contains everything you probably thought of, and everything you probably did not think of. As Ben Franklin Said, “Fail to Prepare, and You Prepare to Fail.”
- New Job 24 – 25 Great Excuses to Attend a Job Interview
Who hasn’t been there?: working for one employer and having an interview with a prospective employer. here are better and worse excuses to give to be out of the office for this purpose. Gives you examples o use, and ideas to adapt to your circumstances. There is nothing like it available Shows you “What to say, and how to say it.”™
- New Job 6 – Advising Interviewer(S) Not To Contact Your Employer
Leaving one job and starting a new one can be a nerve-wracking experience. You want to do all that is necessary to help yourself get the job you want, without unnecessarily risking the job you have. This letter – advising your interviewers not to contact your present employer without your prior consent – is perhaps the most important step in that process.
- New Job 12 – Two Model “Internship-Wanted” Cover Letters
Getting your “foot in the door” when you have no connections, no experience, and have not invented a flying machine, sure is hard. With so many young folks vying for so few internship opportunities, you need something to stand out from the crowd. These two “Internship-Wanted” cover letters for your resume are winning examples – one even gaining worldwide acclaim. Here’s how to say what you need to say.
- New Job 22 – “Overqualified” Applicant Submitting Resume
With more older people continuing to work longer in their lives, and the consolidation of industries, more and more applicants find themselves being called “overqualified,” and thus not the right candidate for even an interview. Here is our “best way past” that dilemma: a resume’-transmitting letter that “head-on” addresses the employer’s primary concerns. It has helped many of our clients, and may well help you, get at least that first meeting, or interview. This Model Letter shows you “What to say, and how to say it.”™
- New Job 26 – After Job Offer Withdrawn Due To Resume Error
Try as we may, we all make mistakes. Sometimes, our mistakes have very serious consequences. Such is the case when a Job Offer is withdrawn after the employer’s Background Check reveals one or more errors, discrepancies or falsehoods. Can you convince the Hiring Manager to reconsider? Well, you surely can’t if you don’t try. This Model Letter uses the substance, approach and tone we believe is most likely to succeed. Shows you “What to say, and how to say it.”™