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Why Won’t THIS golden prose land me a job?

A generic thing I find myself writing quite a lot, or slightly different versions of, to employers looking for employees.

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Hello to whomever may be reading this,

I’m simply emailing you to signal my interest in this job you advertised on ‘X’ website, and my availability to start immediately.

I have all the requirements, and extras, that you’ve outlined in the ad.

I have several years experience in customer service in a very big, busy retail store.

I look forward to hearing back from you,

Yours sincerely,

Goat.

…..(maybe I haven’t got a job yet because I sign off with ‘Goat’)

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6 thoughts on “Why Won’t THIS golden prose land me a job?

  1. LOL! Continue to sign off using “Goat.” I love it!

    Posted by werkinghate | July 21, 2015, 5:45 pm
  2. Have you ever considered trying to apply to Y instead? Or perhaps U or V?

    Posted by Joseph Nebus | July 22, 2015, 6:38 am

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