Your dream job isn't always going to be listed on the company's job board. In fact, there's a strong chance it's not—Business Insider purports that 70 percent of jobs are never listed. So what's there to do when you're the perfect candidate, but the company hasn't listed the opportunity? One option is to send a cold email to someone in the organization to let them know that you're interested. This may sound presumptive or audacious, but Resume.io has put together this nifty guide to writing that cold email and getting your foot in the door for the job you want. Check it out below.
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