How bad grammar, e-mail addresses can lead to job-search failure

05/1/2013 | Forbes

Unprofessional e-mail addresses, spelling mistakes and cut-and-paste cover letters will ensure job seekers don't land the job, tech expert Seth Porges writes. Applicants should double-check all materials for errors, get a good e-mail address and follow every detail of the job listing, Porges advises. "If somebody notices you didn't send a file in the proper format or to the right [e-mail] address, there's no way they'll bother to even read your resume," he writes.

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