Covering letters

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Men and Relationships – the Evolution of Love

‘Men should be dynamic, problem solving, in control, go-getting, vital, successful and soft as and when required. Men’s magazines are about tight abs, not how you feel. Currently there is no real way of reaching men to discuss how they feel. As a bloke, if you go out with your mates, you drink a few pints, you talk sport, you might moan about the missus, but you won’t talk about your feelings, about how you can’t cope. Your mates would run a mile. They don’t know how to talk themselves. Men don’t; it is not seemly’.
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Writing covering letters for jobs

Generally your letter should be three paragraphs.  The first paragraph should say why you are writing, the second should outline why you are ideal for the job and the last paragraph should state what you would like to happen next. Paragraph One – Why I am writing Here you should explain why you decided to apply for … Continue reading

Writing speculative letters for jobs.

When I used to work in Career Centres helping people to get jobs by improving their marketing skills I would often come across speculative letters addressed to Dear Sir, not saying what kind of work they would like to do and including phrases like ‘I am a good comunicator’. In the centre we were helping … Continue reading