How to write job opportunities inquiry email?

Job seekers can make a good impression with their job application email. They can do this by taking care of important factors such as spelling, grammar and punctuation. Moreover, they should keep their emails short but professional and in a professional tone. This article offers some great tips on how to write an effective job application email


 1) Introduction : In your introduction state briefly what you know about the company/business etc. Tell them about yourself and your qualifications.

 Tell them how you heard about their business and any reasons for applying to work for them. If applicable, mention if you have worked in the industry before.

 2) Cover letter : Include a cover letter (if you’ve already written one then just attach it).

 3) CV : Include a copy of your CV. Make sure you list your previous jobs first.

 4) References : Ask friends, family members or anyone who knows you well enough to recommend you. You could also ask some companies you have previously worked for.

 5) Closing : Thank them for reading your application and wish them good luck.

example of job seeker email


Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to apply for the position of at. I have been working in the field of since, and would love to continue my career in the same industry. My experience includes. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon!

Thank you,



Hi! I'm looking for a job at your company. I have experience with many different types of software. I am proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, PowerPoint) and Adobe Photoshop. I can also work well with databases. I worked in the financial industry before getting laid off. I am detail oriented and have excellent communication skills. I believe in providing good customer service. I would love to talk to someone about any openings you may have. Thank you for your time!



I have been looking for work since last February and I am still unemployed. I have applied at many different places already and have sent out about 30 applications. All of them say they're hiring but no responses yet. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. Maybe I should try applying online or maybe change my resume altogether? Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks!

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