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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by parv (6865) on 2008.08.13 22:01 (#64426) Homepage Journal

    Say, if the applicant does not know the name (of the person) reading the resume (or finally responsible for hiring), what should the salutation be if not "(HR Manager|Director)|Prospective Employer"? "To whom it may concern"?

    There are many situations when a name is not easy to come by: only an URL given; name cannot be deducted from an email address reliably everytime; phone call would be impossible due to time zone difference.

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    - parv
    • I would go with "To whom it may concern." Also totally acceptable is "Hiring manager."

      I'm probably not the best person to ask. I still get annoyed when I get mail from strangers that begins "Dear Mr. Signes" or "Dear Ricardo." If you don't know me, I am not dear to you!

      GET OFFA MY LAWN

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      rjbs