I have a resume and cover letter to send for a job listing on CareerBuilder. How should I send it?
The listing for this job on Career Builder has a thing where I can apply right away and electronically send both my cover letter and resume. But I feel that this will be ignored by the employer. Should I just send it through snail mail so it will get their attention better? Would it be more formal to do so? The recruiter whom I need to send these things to is located out of state btw, so I would have difficulty to send these things to them in person.
Asked By: hey - 3/27/2009
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I would send the information electronically and overnight the cover letter and resume to the recruiter with a verification signature. You will then know for a fact when the recruiting company has received your information. If a phone number is available you can follow-up with a call after the information has been... More
Answered By: SwimMOM 1 - 4/4/2009
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The company pays to post their job on CareerBuilder. That is the way they want people to apply for the job. They do get options about how they want people to apply... More
Answered By: MavistheMaven - 3/31/2009
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