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 Get Your Resume Noticed via Email 
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Post Get Your Resume Noticed via Email
by: Landon Long





A resume sent through email is almost the same to its print version. Many people have a misconception about this and they wind up spending more time building their resumes instead of targeting more employers. The email and print version are the same document yet with only different formats. For applying online, you only need to change the format of your resume. The purpose is to make it much easier for you to email your papers to the employers.

In an online application, it is important that your resume has all the required keywords. This is to pull in more attention from prospective employers. Fundamentally, you can improve your exposure online by using applicable keywords that your prospective employers are more probable to use to search for potential candidates.

The Difference Between Resume in Print and Email Version

Now, there are various versions of resume. The most common ones are in print and email version. The latter version is the same as the plain text copy of your resume. This is a text-only copy specifically arranged for the restrictions in email. But Then, the print version may include bulleted lists, italicized text and highlights. They are ready to print for snail mail or for handing to potential employers. In General, they differ based on the mode of delivery.

Unfortunately, not all resumes sent via e-mail are read or even opened. If you make a simple mistake such as using a wrong subject line, the chance that your email for your job application will be ignored is high. So, here are ways to get your e-resume opened. This is a simple guide in sending e-resume.

Appropriate Subject Line – Admit it. You will tend to dismiss messages with inappropriate subjects, particularly those without a subject line. Unless, the sender of the email is someone you know. An improper subject line is saying that you are seeking employment. On the other hand, an email that use the job title and job code as a subject line is more acceptable and will be more likely to get click. However, you can also use your objective as your email subject.

Body of the Message – The body of your message is technically your cover letter. It should be addressed to the recipient. The body should have all the information found on your cover letter, such as your main purpose, your pertinent skills and experiences, your contact information and so on. It should also be as believing as your letter. Keep in mind that the body of your message is your introductory.

Attachment – It is highly suggested to include your resume on the body of your message instead of using an attachment. This is because some files may carry viruses and risks are you will miss your chance. Moreover, some hiring managers are slow enough to download files. Since you will be only allotted few minutes to attract the hiring manager’s attention, you do not want to waste that on the downloading process.

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