I was trying to decide what to write in today's email and I came across an article titled: "Don’t apply for a job as soon as you find it." It went on to say that instead of rushing to send in your CV and quickly knocking out a covering email, you should research the role and the company. You would then be in a stonger position to send in a successful application, by showing that you were genuinely interested and showing that you have the right skills.
In response to this, I am asking a question, and it would be great if you could answer by clicking on the link below:
Do you normally do any research into a company before applying for a job with them? Answer: YES or NO.
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