How do I write a letter asking for a job?

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First, you have to start with small introduction part where you will write about your education and personal characteristics. Then write why you think that you will be good for that job that you are applying to and why the should hire you.
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1. Ask for the letter early enough that the professor has plenty of time to write it. Provide him with your current transcript, your resume and a description of the position you are
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A letter asking for a job is usually a cover letter that accompanies a resume. A good cover letter will point out your strengths and successes in your career. For more information look here: msn.careerbuilder.com;
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