Discover the art of writing a winning employee work experience letter

No matter what type of a job you are interviewing for, a well-written work experience letter can and will make all the difference when it comes to being considered for that particular position. It also makes you stand out from other applicants who have applied for the same situation. To make your work experience letter an award winning, there are a few critical inputs that you will require. They are:  


  • Ensure that you cover the goals of your message in the first two paragraphs - In other words, cover the basics of the entire letter in a short, precise way. Make sure you always get the right name and address for the company you are sending. Any work experience letters sent wrongly do not impress the employer as these are the first details he will capture on your letter.
  • Ensure that you also introduce yourself briefly as who you are and what you do. Allow the employer to know enough details to help him understand a little background about you.
    This information should take a whole two paragraphs. The third section includes:
  • Your career goals expressing your genuine interest in your area of expertise that includes your ambition. Emphasis on the sectors that makes you stand out from the other employees.
  • To show that the company needs you, do your research and learn what the company is looking for and express a clear interest in their development and success to gain favor with them.

A sample letter of the employee work experience

Jack Hanes,
Petroleum Refineries Ltd
8720 NE. Sage St.
Easton, PA 18042

November 13, 2014

Caroline Hay,
49 Coffee Lane
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

REF: Employment work experience placement

Dear Mr. Hanes,

I am a recent graduate from Illinois Public University, having studied public relations and passed with first class honors.

I am enquiring about a potential work experience placement at your company the Petroleum Refineries Limited from January 2015 to December 2015.

I am keen to gain the needful practical work experience in my field of expertise Public relations.

In my past life, I have acquired excellent skills in communication and decision making by being an active member of the debate club and media.

I'm enthusiastic with a keen interest to grow and thrive in the industry today gave the opportunity. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours faithfully,

Caroline Hay.

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