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Sample cover letter for Full Time position at EEF

POSITION:

Economist

Dear Hiring Manager

I have recently seen your advert for Deputy Chief Economist advertised on the jobs.Economist.com website. I am extremely interested in this role and would like to be considered for this position.

I am a highly qualified and experienced economist with both graduate and postgraduate degrees in economics and finance. In my role as an Economist at LAPO group, I was responsible for handling all economic related research, analysing economic trends, creating economic forecasts, and keeping an on-going watch over all economic trends and regulations at the state, national and international levels. I also successfully applied economic principles in evaluating business options and advising senior management on the most efficient way to meet set objectives and achieve sustainable growth. I am therefore highly confident in my ability to derive clarity, insight and knowledge from complex data.

With my practical experience and long track record of success, I am confident that I can become a top performer at EEF. My long term career goal is to continue to learn and grow my specialist skills and ability, whilst utilising my experience, knowledge and skills to benefit my employer. I am highly skilled with excellent attention to detail and I keep myself aware of commercial factors constantly. I work well in a team environment and have excellent presentation and communication skills.

I am currently seeking for an economist position with a reputable and exciting organisation that has a strong prospect for sustainable growth, and an environment that allows its staff to grow and succeed.

Thank you for your time, and I look forward to a favorable response.



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