Write a letter to your English speaking friend that you have changed your job. in your letter why do you change your job describe your new job and company update him or her about other news

Dear Steve, Hope you are in the best of health and spirit.
excited to inform you that recently I switched to a new company. Since, the
few months, it was getting boring and monotonous at my current job and wanted to upgrade my skills with challenging projects.
, I was due for a promotion, which, prompted me to look
. My new company, Hitachi, is an automated equipment integrator based in Sunnyvale, California, wherein,
working as a lead project manager. Apart from my promotion, I’ve been offered a significant pay raise and stock compensation.
excited to inform you that I recently purchased a brand new Tesla Model S which drives at
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lightning speed.
In addition
, my parents migrated here
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and got you your favourite sweet.
eagerly waiting for you to attend my house, so we can experience both excitement first hand. Looking forward to hearing from you. Yours Sincerely, Harsh
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

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  • thirdly
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  • moreover
  • also
  • for example
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  • therefore
  • however
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