Personal Finance chapter 3

Application Letter A letter that introduces you to a potential employer, explains how you are qualified for a job and askes for an interview is a(n)
Letter Address The part of a letter that contains the name and address of the person or company to whom you are writing
Body The main part of the letter that contains information that attracts the employer’s attention, shows interest and desire of the job applicant, and indicates the action wanted by the job applicant
Resume A summary of personal information about you- your education, experience, skills, and references
Reference Letter A written statement from someone who knows you and can report about your character and abilities
Experience The section of your resume that lists all jobs you have held
Thank you letter A letter written to express appreciation for time spent by an employer and that reminds him or her of your interest and desire in working for a company
Employment Application A form you fill in with requested job-related information
Return Address The part of a business letter that contains the greeting to the person to whom you have written
Salutation The part of a business letter that contains the greeting to the person to whom you have written
Reference Persons who have known you for at least a year can report about your character and achievements
Complimentary Close The part of a business letter that expresses a short closing remark
Personal Information The first part of a resume that contains your address, phone number and other such information
Education The section of your resume that contains a listing of the schools you have attended
Job Interview When you talk with an employer about your qualifications for a job opening, it is called a(n)
Scannable Resume A resume designed for easy reading by a scanner is called a(n) resume

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