For jobs that are not standard 9-to-5 positions- one of the most common interview questions to be asked is- "What's your availability? They want to know if you will be reasonably available for whatever your position entails. Naturally, if you are going to be busy all the time- then you are not the right individual for the job. The important thing to bear in mind is that hiring managers do not ask this solely to disqualify candidates.
How to Write a Cover Letter to a Company That Does Not Have a Job Opening
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Often, when you are sending a resume electronically or applying for a job via a company job board, it can be difficult to know who will be reviewing your documents. While it is important to include a cover letter, it might feel strange or impersonal when you are not addressing the letter to a specific person. However, there are ways you can make an anonymous-feeling submission sound professional. You can increase the odds of your cover letter and resume getting a review if you address it to the decision-making party in the company. Employ every resource to track down the name of the appropriate contact person before you send a cover letter to an unnamed person. Check the company website and look for the name of the hiring manager, or the head of human resources.
To Whom it May Concern? How to Address a Cover Letter
You've found the perfect job, hit the "apply" button, and started the process with your engines revved and ready. But wait! Slam the brakes! They want a cover letter.
Skip to main content. Published: 12 Feb The first thing a potential employer sees in your job application is the cover letter. This doesn't just support your CV — it's an opportunity for you to stand out from the crowd and persuade the recruiter to put you through to the next round. Be wary of spending hours on perfecting your CV at the expense of your cover letter.