Letter of Interest Sample?

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A letter of interest is written by an applicant for a job that they are pursuing. In it, one must put forward all of their strong points about why they would be an asset to the company in question and why the company appeals to them. A letter of interest sample can be obtained online and tweaked to the applicants' preferences/needs.
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Business-to-Business Letters
Business-to-business letters are letters that businesses send in "normal" business situations, including internal correspondence. The term "business" is used here in the broad sense to include any kind of enterprise, for-profit or non-profit... More »
Business-to-Business Samples:
You should use samples of letters of general interest as a guidance when writing your own. Do not copy the content but instead use the outline to come up with your own unique letter.
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