Job description has no company name or address. How to address them in cover letter?
Found a job on Craiglist that I am really interested in. But it simply does not list the company name or address or anything. It's a Spa Receptionist at "High end Spa & Fitness Center in Downtown San Francisco", and that's all it says. Is it right to email them and ask to whom I will be addressing?
Asked By: Jen - 1/10/2011
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There is no definitive answer here. I would be inclined to format my cover letter more like a memo than a formal letter -- something like... More
Answered By: Leslie - 1/11/2011
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This in case, I usually skip this part of the cover letter as there is really nothing for you to write. I'll do my information at the top, the date, and then start with the "To whom it may concern." Good luck applying for the job!
Answered By: Adnan Masood - 1/10/2011
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