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Follow-up Letter

Earl A. Davis,
2545 Bond Street,
East Greenwich, RI 02818,

1st May, 2005.

Mr. James V. Blackshear,
Arnold Press
2585 Bassell Avenue,
Clinton, AR 72031.

Dear Mr. Blackshear,

I am writing to you with reference to an application that I mailed you on April 3, 2005. I am aware that you have not hired a Restaurant Manager to date and would like to re-emphasize my interest in the position.

If you wish to seek clarification or any additional information you can contact me on the above numbers.

Please find enclosed a copy of my resume for your perusal.

Thanking you,

Earl Davis.

Sample Follow-up Letter

Christopher T. Miller,
4621 Flinderation Road,
Crete, IL 60417,

1st May, 2005.

Mr. Rex H. Monson,
Dickinson Press
257, Park Avenue South,
New York, NY 12345-6789.

Dear Mr. Monson,

I had mailed my resume to you on the April 2, 2005, in response to an advertisement in the Boston Globe for the position of Veterinary Technician.

I am aware that the said position is not yet filled. I also feel that you might have not received my original application so I am enclosing a copy of my resume and references for your consideration.

I will call your office on Monday, May 7, 2005, to arrange a suitable time to meet with you and discuss this opportunity further.

Thanking you in advance,

Yours sincerely,

Christopher T. Miller.

Follow-up Cover Letter

Jesse P. Nelson,
4399 Eagle Street,
Stlouis, IL 63101,
(618) 363 3693.

6th June, 2011.

Mr. Steve L. Krohn,
Jackson Press
2965 Stoney Lane,
Richardson, TX 75081.

Dear Mr. Krohn,

I had sent an application to your firm on June 1, 2011, applying for the post of Assistant Editor which is to be filled.

I would like to inform you that I haven't received any response from your end, and I am also aware that you are still searching the right candidate for the said job. My qualifications and experience in this field makes me quite eligible for the post so I request you to go through my resume to take a decision.

I have a Bachelors degree in English and have been working with Dickinson Press since the past two years on fact checking, proof reading, production scheduling, editing, in various departments.

I would greatly appreciate if you take time to meet me or arrange for an interview to discuss this further. I would contact you on Monday, June 13, 2011, to set a convenient time to meet you. If you have any queries, you can call me on the above number.

I thank you once again for your time and consideration.

Yours sincerely,

Jesse P. Nelson.

1. Resume
2. Degree Certificate

Follow-up Sample Letter

John L. Brady,
2633 Traction Street,
Plum Branch, SC 29845,

1st May, 2005.

Mr. Tyler C. Carver,
Dickinson Press
257, Park Avenue South,
New York, NY 12345-6789.

Dear Mr. Smith,

Thank you for the time you took to interview me yesterday, April 30, 2005, for the position of a Buyer/Planner in your organization.

I am aware that you have other candidates to interview but I would like to take this opportunity to once again emphasize my experience and qualifications. I would like to assure you that I am hardworking and enthusiastic, quick to build rapport with colleagues and eager to learn.

If you wish to speak with me further regarding this position I can be contacted at the above numbers. Thank you again for your consideration.

Yours sincerely,

John L. Brady.

Sample Follow-up Cover Letter

Richard V. Cavanagh,
2415 Single Street,
Boston, MA 02199,
(781) 657 5145.

1st May, 2010.

Mr. Thomas A. Orozco,
Jackson Press
823 Oak Avenue,
Deerfield, IL 60015.

Dear Mr. Orozco,

I had mailed a copy of my resume to your personnel department on April 10, 2010, regarding an Architects position that was to be filled at your firm.

I would appreciate if you could find the time to meet me to discuss this opportunity further. I am enclosing a copy of my resume for your review and I will contact your office directly on Monday, May 9, 2011, to set a convenient time to meet with you.

Thanking you in advance.

Yours sincerely,

Richard V. Cavanagh.


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