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Job Application/Resignation & Sales Letter

Job Application Letter A job application letter, also known as a cover letter, is a document that is typically submitted alongside a resume or CV when applying for a job. The letter serves as an introduction to the employer and should highlight the skills and qualifications that make the applicant a good fit for the position. It should also express the applicant's enthusiasm and interest in the job and the company. A well-written job application letter can help an applicant stand out from other candidates and increase their chances of getting an interview. Format of Job Application Letter: A job application letter typically follows a standard format, which includes the following elements: ·         The header : This should include your contact information (name, address, phone number, and email) as well as the date and the recipient's contact information. ·         The salutation : This should include the recipient's name and title (if known). If the recipient's name is

Chapter 14: Mill’s Method

    Chapter 14: Mill’s Method •      In science and everyday life, we think a lot about causes and effects. Accurately determining  causes   and   effects  is not a simple task. We can often confuse the two, or misidentify one because we lack sufficient information. Mill ’ s methods are attempts to isolate a cause from a complex event sequence.   •      They were formulated by the famous English philosopher   John Stuart Mill   (1806- 1873), who wrote on a wide range of topics from logic and language to political philosophy.   •      Suppose one is interested in determining what factors play a role in causing a specific effect,   E , under a specific set of circumstances. Let us now look at the   five rules   one by one and see how they are applied.   1.         THE METHOD OF AGREEMENT:   If two or more situations leading to an effect   E   have only one event   C   in common, then   C   is the cause of   E .   •      Suppose your family went to a dinner buffet and all of you had stoma