A friend you made while you were studying abroad has written to ask you for help in finding a job in your country. You have heard about a job in a local company that might be suitable for him/her. Write a letter to this friend. In your letter: tell your friend about the job and what sort of work it involves say why you think the job would be suitable for him/her explain how to apply for the job Write at least 150 words.

Dear Santa, Hope you are doing good and the same is with me. Delighted to hear that you want to work here, in our country, India. I still remember those
days which
Accept comma addition
days, which
we uttered during our education in your country, USA and thought we can
substitute a person or thing for (another that is broken or inefficient or lost or no longer working or yielding what is expected)
joyousness. As
to consider or examine in speech or writing
the other day, I found a relevant job for your qualifications and hope
shall bring
to you.
profile includes day shift Indian Standard Time, commencing from 10:00
have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun)
evening @ 6:00 P.M. It holds lots of
the social force that binds you to the courses of action demanded by that force
, managing a team of eight members, right from the inception of the project and should the completion has to be driven on your hands, absolutely. Even the pay
also reasonably sounds
reasonably sound according to your previous experience, which you deserve in all the ways.
Only thing
The only thing
is you need to do a lot of
hard work
till the time you get accustomed to the situations.
, as you are not of Indian origin, the weather and timings of work vary on a high mode, which requires a much of
an adjustment
, I spoke to the concerned human resources manager pertaining to
, so you just need to send a mail to him and proceed with your VISA formalities. Rest all
cool and looking forward for your reply. Hope to see you soon and All The Best!! Regards,
Submitted by Mrs. Sumira Vempati on

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