Letter Format / December 26, 2018 / Estelle Mcdonald
So you turn to your computer log on to the internet and Google "free application letters". Hundreds of websites pop up offering tons of free application letter samples. You can t believe your luck. You click through a few sites and find a letter you like. Your are positive that this one that will knock the socks off the hiring manager. You feel confident as you copy and paste it onto a word document that this letter will pretty much guarantee you an interview. Let s face it you found it online and it claims to be written by a professional therefore you can t go wrong. You change a few words around sign your name and off it goes.
Your reason for using Letter Samples for Character References comes down to this... to make things easier for yourself. Not only will you shave hours off of trying to come up with solid well written letters but you ll also be able to give the reference seekers letters that they can be proud of. One sample letter can be the difference between finding the right words for the right situations and being frustrated out of your mind getting a job or not and writing letters quick and effortlessly or toiling endless hours and still not being able to come up with a satisfactory letter.
Can an application letter you get online be original? That is highly doubtful. Your letter also needs to ask for the opportunity to be interviewed and needs to give the employer options to make that happen. Again would your sample application letter provide that? If I was a gambler I would bet the house that the answer would be no. Instead of using the internet to find a free application sample letter to pass off as your own use the internet to research how to write a effective application letter. Anything that has the word sample in it is meant to be just that. A sample. Something to sort of push you in the right direction.