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"I love having bad work habits," said no one ever. Whether we know it or not, we all have a bad habit or two in the workplace.

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We've all received an email that rubbed us the wrong way.

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Ever wonder why people don't respond to your emails or why others might appear testy in their responses? If people often ignore your missives, you may need to examine the way you are communicating via email — perhaps the most important communication tool in business today.
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The art of communicating by email has become the norm nowadays. Most job recruiters now prefer sending and receiving emails, rather than making phone calls, because it’s easier to keep a digital record of contacts. However, by doing this recruiters get a ton of emails each day, and small email mistakes can instantly take you out the running for that new job. We don’t want that. Related: E-mail Etiquette Matters During Your Career Search Put yourself in the shoes of the recruiter for a second. After opening up hundreds of emails a day, seeing mistakes in emails can instantly turn off him or her from reading the rest of your email. So, in order to avoid that, what do you need to do?

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Can you imagine communicating without email? It is part of our everyday life and the way many employers receive cover letters and resumes from potential candidates. So, if you don't know email etiquette, you're in for a rough ride. Related: Follow Up Tips: What To Do When Your E-mail Goes Unanswered Even if you think you have it down, you should take another look at the tips below.

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