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Unsolicited applications can land you that job

BUSINESS

You have probably taken long polishing your curriculum vitae (CV) and writing customised cover letters. You have been keeping a keen eye on the adverts appearing in your favourite local daily — and faithfully sent your applications hoping that you will clinch that dream job.

Unsolicited applications can land you that job

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