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Many students and alumni seeking jobs ask about using email to communicate. And yes, more and more, electronic communication is becoming the norm. However, even if you communicate by email, do not get lax and use abbreviations or texting shortcuts. If it’s about a job, your email messages should still show excellent grammar and spelling skills, and maintain a business-quality style.

In the article, “5 Email Etiquette Tips for Job Seekers,” author Taylor Wright gives more advice on Email Etiquette, including 1) Reading instructions, 2) Getting rid of old email addresses, 3) Using spell check, 4) Keeping messages short, and 5) Practicing proper etiquette. Read the full article here.