Exploration Of The World Of Work

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As a Principal
I applied for this job since it matches my skills and abilities, my previous experience and positions I filled successfully. I feel that this position will enable me to demonstrate my abilities and skills and make a contribution in an area I have studied in and see my future career in.

2. I applied for this job because I believe I can contribute much more based on what I know as well as keep learning, keep growing and build a future within this school.

3. I believe I am a person with the talents & potential required to make big changes for betterment. My creativity, time and people management skills, challenging spirit and decision making ability make me a leader and give me the courage to claim for such a ...view middle of the document...

I have got extensive experience in my current position and have the specific skills you're looking for. I am fast leaner who adapt quality to change and will hit the ground running. I am dedicated and enthusiastic about helping in my section to meet its goals and will provide top quality results with minimal oversight. I am an outstanding performer who takes pride in my work because of the way of dealing with complicated activities.

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