In my 'travels' on job search sites, I have never found an answer to my and likely many others' nagging question -- when sending cover letters and resumes electronically, as attachments when attachments are permitted , what information should be included in the body of the email? Just a note about the attachments, a paragraph explaining the position one is applying for? Or should the email body include a full cover letter? This may make for a very helpful article on your site. Hi Brandi You're right; people do often write in and ask that question. When sending in your resume as an email attachment, you should put the text of your cover letter in the body of your email.
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Oh, what I just did. Sure, the next step will be writing an apology email for forgetting an attachment. It is an unforgivable mistake to forget such an attachment in an e-mail that you eagerly prepared a moment ago. But this can be called a common mistake made by many including me. However, it is no secret that such mistakes can be easily prevented if proper email etiquette is followed.
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Although the words attachment and enclosure often are used interchangeably in business letters, they represent different methods of including items. In the strictest sense, an attachment is considered to be part of the letter while an enclosure is treated as a separate document. For some organizations, such as the government, the use for each is delineated by the correspondence sent, while for others either use is acceptable. An attachment is a document that is part of the business letter. It adds or further describes the information within the letter.
This reaction paper was marvelous! I had only to change my name and surname, that's it! The content and grammar were good, and the writing style was really similar to mine (I attached several of my previous papers for the writer to see and try to follow).