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WHy would he ask me to do this If I sent my resume and cover letter?

WHy would he ask me to do this If I sent my resume and cover letter? Topic: Cover letter to application job
June 24, 2019 / By Gabe
Question: I found this Job Add... at Craig's list ... and emailed them what hey asked for... the resume and cover letter.. They emailed me back asking If I would be able to walk in and fill out an application.. WHy would he ask me to do this If I sent my resume and cover letter?
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Dene Dene | 4 days ago
i dont know maybe they want to judge the way you look when you come in..make sure you look professional!
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Dene Originally Answered: Should I merge my resume, cover letter and references into one document, when emailing a resume?
No, employers will often input your information into a database of some sort, and will prefer to have your cover letter and resume separate. As the others said, references don't need to be included.

Beavis Beavis
If they called you back after receiving your cover letter and your resume, they are interested in hiring you I think. So to fill in an application is a formality that is required by most companies. Good Luck with getting the job.
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Zoey Zoey
sending resume and cover letters are great, but some companys required you to fill an application. Thats one step forward on getting the job, they really liked your resume and want to give you an interview but before. you have to fill out their application.
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Sherisse Sherisse
I doubt you could get any ends up in case you only deliver a protecting letter. they're going to prefer to work out your resume to make your ideas up if you're acceptable for the interest or perhaps if to interview you or not. Tailor your letter and resume to the interest - emphasise issues they're in search of for etc.
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Penina Penina
You need to fill out the application. Most companies require it. If you are too lazy to fill it out, then you don't need the job*
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Penina Originally Answered: When mailing (snail mail) a resume and cover letter, should I also use a resume envelope or plain white?
I always mail my resume in a matching envelope, mostly because it appears more professional and I don't want to fold the resume. I've never heard that it was an absolute must or anything though. But, I do know that some employers scan resumes to upload them into a central system and if the resume has folds, it sometimes makes it harder to scan or leaves marks. I also know this for a fact from doing an internship in a human resources department and having to scan resumes. So even if you don't use a matching envelope, at least try to use an envelope that is big enough so you won't have to fold its contents.

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