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Paul Roush
September 24, 2013
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To whom it may concern,
I am writing to you today because I’m very interested in working for your clinic. I recently just finished nursing school and have done absolutely wonderful. Through the past years I’ve learned what it takes to be a great nurse. I believe that through my knowledge and experience with people I would be the best candidate for your clinic. I’ve had many experience in the nursing field working from a variety different types of jobs such as HCO, working with the mentally ill, and a nursing home working with the elderly.
I believe I would be great for this job for many reasons. I was one of the top graduating students with nothing but good remarks. I go above and beyond the ordinary and I’ve been told I’m a great leader. Being a great leader would be a trait in your clinic and I have no doubts in my mind that I will be able to connect just fine with staff. My conformity to new things will never be a problem either.
Not only can I adapt to change easily, I can think quickly on my feet. Quick and well made out decisions are one of my specialties. Being a manager at a busy pizza joint taught me well. My empathy is beyond sensible, I have unconditional love for all and hope to make the world a better place. If I can do that by helping out patients one patient at a time in your clinic, then I would be a happy man.
I am looking to get a lot of experience and constructive criticism from working with you. Hopefully we can look forward to an interview in the near future. I’ll contact you within a week if I haven’t heard anything. Thank you very much for your time and I hope to talk to you shortly in the near future. Sincerely Paul…...

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