What do you write in an email when sending your resume and cover letter?
Email body: Dear [Hiring Manager's Name], Please find attached a copy of my resume and a cover letter for the [Job Reference Number and/or Job Title] position at [Company Name], as advertised on [Job Ad Source].
What do you write in an email when sending your resume?
Dear HR Manager, My name is [Name] and I am sending you my resume and covering letter as I want to apply for the [Position] in your company [name of the company]. My resume will describe to the fullest my experience that fits your requirement for the opening at your department.
Do you put cover letter in body of email or attachment?
Unless an employer specifically asks for you to include your cover letter and your resume in the body of your email, send them as separate email attachments. You should always write a real cover letter and attach it to the email.
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What do I write in an email attachment?
To write an e-mail message with an attachment having a formal tone, we can use “please refer to the attached file for your request” or “kindly see the attachment for details.” If the recipient isn't expecting the file, it is advisable to also quickly describe the content before writing the prompt.