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In this era of texting and direct messages, it's sometimes hard to remember everything you learned in school about writing formal letters. You might go years in your career without having to write more than a professional-looking email. When it comes to job searching, however, you need to pull out all the stops. Casual just won't do when you're trying to impress a hiring manager and stand out from your competition. Using the correct way to address a business or professional letter is essential for your career-related and business communications.
When you address your letters the right way, you'll never have to worry about starting off the interaction on the wrong foot, before the recipient even gets a chance to read your message.
First and foremost, know that when you’re writing a letter or sending an email message for employment or business purposes. it's important to address the individual to whom you are writing formally, unless you know them extremely well.
If you’re unsure if you should use a formal or casual (first name) form of address, err on the side of safety and use the formal designation. Mr., Dr., Ms.