All jobs i have applied for (via email), which to be honest isn't very many, i have written a brief, courteous email introducing the proper cover letter and cv as pdf attachments.A couple of weeks ago i met this person who had come to our institute for an invited talk.
What is the best email type to request for phd position4socially acceptable to email a connection of a connection requesting information?Sending a second reminder to a professor about lors, after the first reminder2what to do when professor is not responding to emails or calls and his action is required to commence a masters thesis?
If there isn't or i am not good enough, then i can use this chance to flush out weaknesses and improve them.I was told that it is 'bad english' to start a correspondence or email with "please find attached my resume / application for the position of xxxx" or "please find in the following.
I have also seen people saying "attached is my resume / application .Hi,please fnd attached my resumethe employer won't be impressed if you have no capital at the start, no punctuation, and a spelling error.
Terdon because there is a potential for formatting to get messed up on different devices through forwarded a number of reasons (formatting, ease of distribution, professionalism etc), i think it's a bad idea to make the email itself a cover letter.