Plano Learns: Email Etiquette in Your Job Search

On July 29, 2020 we hosted a virtual workshop on the basics of email etiquette during your job search.

In this post, you’ll find the recording of this workshop, along with additional online training resources to further prepare for your job search.



Additional Library Resources

Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center

Profiles of nearly 3,400 jobs and 140 industries, invaluable advice on career skills, thousands of resource entries, and more

Requires a Plano Public Library card

Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center offers a number of resources in their Job Hunting and Workplace Skills page, including sections on Ethics and Etiquette and Communication Skills, both of which can be beneficial when crafting job search emails. Other sections include Resumes and Cover Letters.


Lynda.com

Provides online training courses that cover a variety of topics (including business, design, web development and multimedia skills) and software (Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite and open source applications). See our Polish Your Skills with Lynda blog posts, with recorded video tutorial by our staff, to understand how Lynda works.

Requires a Plano Public Library card

In Lynda.com, searching for job search related content produces thousands of results. Select your skill level (beginner, intermediate and advanced) and narrow your search with subjects such as marketing and writing. Here are some courses we suggest:

Job Searching, Interviewing, and Negotiating Salary by Big Think, released 5/17/2019. Introduces basic job search strategies.


Business Etiquette: Phone, Email, and Text by Suzanna Kaye, released 7/1/2015. Details basics of business communication.


Finding a Remote Job by Mike Gutman, released 5/13/2016. Discusses benefits of remote work and other considerations.

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