December 9, 2009

Watch Your Words In The Job Search

Are you trying to change careers and applying in companies but get lost in the process? Do you know how to write a cover letter to accompany your resume when applying for a job, be it outside your company or within? It all boils to choosing the appropriate keywords when writing your application letter and resume. You have to be able to build a solid ground where your cover letter and resume will speak volume about your ability, skill, experiences, and educational background which will be beneficial to the job you are applying for. And how do you do this? Choose your words when composing the cover letter and resume.

The infographic below is taken from Grammarly, a famous grammar checker online. It is a great automated online proofreader that finds and explains grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes in all types of writing.

The infographic presents special words to use versus the conventional words we have grown to love. These days, it pays to be creative when writing your own application letter and resume without having to be flamboyant and annoying. Just follow some of the tips below and you’re on your way to start in the creation process of your application letter and resume.

Grammarly Celebrity Twitter Mistakes

So, if you have decided to start changing careers or in the process of looking for a job, take note of the tips above and you are on your way to landing that dream job!

Good luck!

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