Your job application, whether it is made online or not, is your first chance to showcase yourself to an employer. Prospective employers will be looking for how effective your written communication is through the grammar, style and language you use. Whilst you may have all the academic credentials, it is also important to let your personality seep through the application and the cover letter. It is through this application, a first impression is made and so it is vital to ensure that first impression is good enough to get you to the next stage of the application.
Written communication and face-to-face communication are very different; you may have the gift of the gab but that may not necessarily translate on paper. The job application form aims to get information from you that you may not have been able to put in your CV and normally, when an application form is requested, the chances are they are expecting a lot of applicants. This makes it ever more important to ensure your application form really stands out and free from avoidable mistakes.
Until you are invited to an interview and are able to showcase your talent in person, it is all about convincing potential employers that you are exactly who they are looking for. So before you press submit and have that application form sent, just drop The London Education Company a call, and let us help you make that application that little bit more perfect.