1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

5 March 2012

An email of advice

Dear Molly,

Thanks for your letter. I am sorry to hear about your news. I know that you’re still unemployed, don’t be upset. I have some suggestions for you. The suggestions can help you increase the chances of finding work.

There are three suggestions to you. The first one is joining more voluntary work. I know you have no experience in working, but many companies in Hong Kong always hire people who have experience in working, so it would be better to join some voluntary work. You can join the work with your partner and try to experience what working is. After finishing the first job, you may know more about what working is about and prepare yourself to work in the future.

The second suggestion is that you should join more different workshops to learn more skills. You can join some workshops like computer workshop. I know you want to find a job which works in office, so I think you can join a computer workshop to improve your computer skills. Also, while you join the workshop, you can also improve your interpersonal skills, because you will have the chance to work with others.

The last suggestion is that you may improve your CV. You can join some workshops and more voluntary work to improve your qualifications. Your CV should be well-organized because the employer would see your CV to decide whether you are employed or not. So, I would like to suggest you to check your CV again.

I hope these suggestions can really help you. Don’t be disappointed and never give up, my friend. I will always stand by you. Please let be know how your employment goes.

Best wishes,

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