The Worst Thank You Note in the World
It’s the Lynn Hazan & Associates annual April Fool’s Day misspellings
contest! Find all the misspelled words below and send us the corrections
at email@example.com. Typos, incorrect homonyms, misspelled proper
nouns and misplaced apostrophes count as errors, but other punctuation
and grammar errors do not. We will draw a winner from among the correct
responses received by 5:00 p.m. CDT on April 6, 2010. Winner will be
announced April 7, 2010 and will receive a gift certificate to Mrs. Field’s
Yes, these are all actual errors that we have received in resumes and other
communication from job seekers!
I really apprecaite you taking the time to speak with me about the marketing roll
with Lynn Hazan & Assocaites. Times are touch out there, and I’m sure a
professionl like yourself is overwhelmed with applicates in this economy.
I found our conversation to be chalked full of interesting information about your
firm and it’s broad cliental. Though the organizations I have worked with recently
our in different verticals, what I have learned from there experiences would
compliment your firm’s offerings. For ur reference, I have attached a report I
produce annualy for a current client, which is comporable to the tasks of this
position. (I have made minor altercations on the attachment to protect my clients
I understand your concern that, more likely then not, this position will include
substantial travel. My schedule is very accomidating, and though I would like to
remain in the metropolotan Chicago area initially, I am not apposed to travel and
would consider an oversees assignment in the future.
Thank you also for the opportunity to meet with the principle and owner of your
firm, Liz Hazen. Its to bad that we did not have more time to speak, but I
understand that her presence was disired elsewhere. Unfortuntaly, I did not
manage to catch her email address. Would you please pass my thanks a long to
her as well?
You added me to your respiratory of candidates when I graduated from colege
and began my jub hunt many years ago. I have been following your job openings
ever since, and now surly see the value of keeping in touch. I will there for
suggest that a few former colleagues reach out to you, though they are soley
responsible for public relations and do not have the marketing background
necessary for this position.